Read and listen to messages from other people who have been where you are now, messages from people who are still struggling with what you are, and messages from people who you may never meet but who care about your life.

Messages from persons in T&T to anyone struggling

If you’re currently struggling, click play to listen to messages from people all across T&T.

If you happen to lose your youth to depression, it’s never too late to go after that life that you really want


There is hope. Hope. Hope. Hope. (By Kyle)

We need you here (By Nadine)

It’s okay to feel real feelings as a man. (By Marlon)

Life is worth living (By Jasmine)

"If you need to celebrate that you got out bed and made yourself breakfast, celebrate that. If you need to celebrate that you went to work for the entire week this week, or to school for the entire week this week, celebrate that. Your success this week may not look like someone else's success, but it's just as important."

- Kenycia Doyle

“I get it and I’m sure there are others out there who get it, too” (By Kenycia)

“You are not alone. Keep praying, keep fighting that battle.” (By Natile)

“It’s very easy to put on a facade that everything is fine.” (by Andy Himself)

So many people suffer amongst us and we don’t even know.

Tricia Ramkhalawan, Miss T&T 2020 Contestant

"You are an undeniable force to be reckoned with. Let it be known that you have total control over your own mind, body and soul. You can say no. You are worthy of respect. You are worthy of love. You are worthy. You are good enough, and you don’t need anything else to be good enough for someone."

Letter to girls who don't know their own worth >

A message by Dr. Sabrina Ramkisson to anyone struggling with postpartum depression

To anyone currently struggling with postpartum depression, here is Dr Ramkisson’s message to you to help you be kinder to yourself right now.

Listen to Krista's experience with depression

A reminder to anyone with depression, especially anyone whose depression made them feel like they’ve lost years of their life, that you still have time.

Listen to three minutes of people in Trinidad and Tobago remind you that you are not alone

"The hardest part is the stigma."

If you’re struggling in any of these ways, listen to Anne-Marie’s story as a reminder that you are not alone in this and that others can relate to what you’re going through. TW for mentions of self-harm and suicide.

“The world is full of people, and just because you’ve met a million people that you didn’t sync with doesn’t mean there aren’t people for you out there.”

“I believe your “why” for doing something should be meaningful to you, and fulfilling to you once achieved. No one else but you can decide your “why””.

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