How Running Helped These Everyday People Beat OCD, Depression & Anxiety

How Running Helped These Everyday People Beat OCD, Depression & Anxiety

When documentary photographer Martin Eberlen was diagnosed with ADHD in his early 30s, he turned to running to help manage his condition. Martin describes being in a "long-term relationship with running". "Running helps me control my thoughts, it slows me down, and gives me the opportunity to focus on the things I need to focus on," he says. The photographer wanted to hear stories from other runners, to find out how they had discovered their passion for running, and how the sport relates to previous experiences and their mental health. After traveling the country to interview and photograph fellow...

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