Closing The Loop: Yolanda Tucker By Warren Miller • May 2, 2014 TweetShareGoogle+Email Yolanda Tucker Credit Warren Miller Yolanda Tucker raised her brothers, graduated from high school and college, and became a success in business. But her biggest battle, overcoming depression, is one she fights everyday. Listen Listening... / 3:31 Closing The Loop: Yolanda Tucker You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax. Tags: Closing the LoopMental HealthTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Closing The Loop: Ken Overman By Warren Miller • Apr 18, 2014 Warren Miller Ken Overman served in the U.S. Military, sold yachts, and helped start businesses in Afghanistan while the bullets were flying. Closing the Loop: Kurt Dunkle By Warren Miller • Jan 31, 2014 Kurt Dunkle was one of Jacksonville's top lawyers, until he realized that he was meant to do something else. He enrolled in a New York seminary, he became an Episcopal priest, but always a negotiator. You can follow WJCT on Twitter @WJCTJax. Closing the Loop: Mark Refosco By Warren Miller • Jan 24, 2014 WJCT Mark Refosco grew a custom home building business only to watch it nearly go under during the housing crash. Closing the Loop: Diane Longo By Warren Miller • Jan 17, 2014 Warren Miller Diane Longo always wanted to be a social worker. Closing the Loop: Nolen Fisher By Warren Miller • Jan 10, 2014 Warren Miller Nolen Fisher graduated from The University of North Florida with a degree in marketing just as the recession started. Closing the Loop: Belinda Hulin By Karen Feagins • Apr 1, 2013 Jacksonville.com Each week, Special Correspondent Warren Miller tells stories of people who've experienced a drastic change in their lives, and how they've adapted and grown. This week, he interviewed food writer Belinda Hulin.