Suffering in Silence: How One Producer is Taking a Stand Against Depression
“I felt hopeless,” said Nelson.
“I didn’t want to because I didn’t want people thinking I was crazy,” said Nelson.
“I decided to put myself out there,” he said. “I was ashamed at first and didn’t want to talk about it. Once I did it was the best thing that ever happened to me.”
“We are taught to be tough and not to cry,” said Nelson.
“I want to break that cycle for my son.”
“Working with them has helped me a lot,” he said.
“They associate me with this cause,” he said.
“It lets me know that they know what I’m doing.”
“You never know,” said Nelson.
“Someone might want to tell you how they feel because you can potentially change or save their lives.”
“Imagine when your father cannot communicate,” he said.
“Everyone thinks he’s angry but he’s really hurting. It’s really not fair so I’m starting this movement. This movement, this journey to healing has started.”
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