Walk in My Shoes After serving a year behind bars for selling drugs, Steven Pacheco now gives voice to the incarcerated. Oct. 19, 2018, 8:17 PM GMT / Source: TODAY By Eun Kyung Kim Since Steven Pacheco
University of Florida student Angela Rodriguez works 35 hours a week on top of her classes and studying so she can afford to eat. She is one of thousands of college students around the country who struggle
Christina Anderson thought that if she could just be the perfect mother, her feelings of despair would go away. They didn’t. She shares her story about postpartum depression with the TODAY Parenting Team.
What it's like to live with anxiety: 'It’s something in your brain that you can’t control all the time'
17-year-old Zach Crites dealt with debilitating anxiety and agoraphobia for years. Last fall, he began attending WayPoint Academy, a therapeutic boarding school that specializes in the treatment of anxiety