By Disa Turner
I've had anxiety since childhood and stubbornly recurring depression since my early teens. Some days, it’s a mild annoyance. Other days, though, it’s so utterly exhausting that I feel like I'm fading, evaporating (the inspiration for “Portrait of Defeat” and “Vanishing Act”). Before I realized how many other people dealt with mental health problems, I felt like a frightening outsider (“Monster Hunting”). I created “We’re All Mad Here” when I realized I wasn't alone after all.