Depression is hard to explain.
To ourselves, to others, and especially to children.
When we’re sad or angry and we isolate or lash out,
they are likely to be afraid and to think they’ve done something wrong–
that they caused, or at least contributed to our mood and behaviors.
A father who lives with depression and ADHD and is in recovery for addictions
wrote a book to help start those needed conversations. It’s called “Sometimes Daddy Cries,”
and in this 19-min episode, we look at the very adult realities behind the children’s story.
For more information on Sometimes Daddy Cries: www.amazon.com/Sometimes-Daddy-C…ohm/dp/0228834678