Sunday, May 6, 2012 | Categories: Features
A much-honoured reporter with The Globe and Mail for more than 20 years, Jan Wong incurred the anger of management, suffered a breakdown and the agony of clinical depression and eventually was fired.
In the midst of her depression, she couldn't eat, couldn't sleep, could barely converse with friends. She eventually pulled out of it, and has written about her experience in a new book called Out of the Blue.
Jan Wong talks with Michael about a little-acknowledged condition: workplace depression.