Me Too: Jerri Davis

I didn’t admit I had a disability until law school, when I had to be hospitalized for depression. My family was able to convince the doctor to let me return to school, where I successfully completed my degree, while regularly participating in counseling. Ten years later, I have a job that I love, a nine-years-and-still-going marriage, and a spunky three year old daughter who thinks I’m the “best mommy in the whole world.” So whenever I see someone with depression and anxiety who has found happiness and success, I proudly encourage them by saying, “Me too!”