This is a wonderful idea! Thank you to the organizers. I try as best I can to be a support source to a family member diagnosed with Chronic Depression, ie multiple admissions to the St Boniface psychiatric ward over the past 2 years. The family member, a sister one year older than me, refuses to make any recommended changes suggested by her medical caregivers eg use of a mental health care worker making regular visits. She is heavily in debt ($60,000) but refuses to consult with any money management agencies for directions. Her hospital admissions are triggered when one of groups she owes money to contacts her to request payment. In her world, she thinks she's hidden from them, and when they find her it's to traumatic for her to handle. She goes through about a 60 day program. I visit her everyday. She's stronger when she leaves, but since she won't make any suggested changes to her lifestyle, she's become a regular returning resident of the ward. Over the last few years, with the help of people from ADAM, and other agencies I've learned that you can't change people who don't want to change. So I'll continue to be as supportive as I can, but there are no signs that this ongoing cycle will end. It's like watching a slowly sinking ship. Suggestions?