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About Us

Jake, the founder of Connected Strong defines depression as “a slow forming mental illness that gets the bad rap of being ‘nothing’”.  One of the ways that individuals can cope with depression is connecting with others that go through the same problem. This is why we created ConnectedStrong.com. ConnectedStrong.com is a perfect place to connect with people going through the same experiences and become strong together!

Testimonials

  • Depression

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    John Smith
  • Anxiety

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  • Veteran

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    Gerald Green

Groups

  • 1 Group logo of Chronic Pain
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    Chronic pain isn’t just a physical condition—it’s an emotional one as well that has tremendous influence over a person’s thoughts and moods. People with chronic pain may isolate from others or be unable to achieve […]

  • 1 Group logo of Veterans
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    Canadian veterans are at “significantly higher risk” of death by suicide than the general public, according to a first of its kind federal study that found young male veterans, and female veterans overall, are at […]

  • 1 Group logo of Loneliness
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    Loneliness is a complex and usually unpleasant emotional response to isolation. Loneliness typically includes anxious feelings about a lack of connection or communication with other beings, both in the present and […]

  • 1 Group logo of Bereavement
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    It is difficult to judge who will or won’t suffer depression after a bereavement. Grief and depression are different. It is possible to grieve without being depressed, but many of the feelings are similar. H […]

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