https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-53e43-b788d9 Hi, and welcome to the fourth episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today's show we will discuss PTSD, and specifically the effect it is having on our first responders. Carl is a firefighter and the founder of PTSD Bunker Gear for Your Mind, where he posts informative videos and podcasts about PTSD. … Continue reading Mental Health Raw and Open with special guest Carl Waggett
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-mxkqr-b6c7ed Hi and welcome to the third episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today's show we will hear from Anne Moss Rogers, who is a suicide loss survivor, an author, a TEDx speaker and a suicide awareness and prevention advocate. Anne and I connected online a few years ago, and to see how … Continue reading Mental Health Raw and Open with special guest Anne Moss Rogers
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-u2nwt-b605f4 Hi and welcome to the second episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today's show we will be chatting with a good friend of mine, G. Donald Cribbs. Don is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, and advocate an author and a newly licenced counsellor. Please join us as we travel Don's journey … Continue reading Mental Health Raw and Open with special guest G. Donald Cribbs
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-uhzzg-b53e41 Hi, and thanks for visiting and/or listening. On this episode I am doing a brief 20 minute introduction to the podcast, and to myself. I will do random short episodes talking about my Mental Health issues, but will focus primarily on having open and candid discussions with my guests, which include sufferers, advocates, therapists, … Continue reading Mental Health Raw and Open Introduction Episode
It is being touted as the new “super drug”, a true breakthrough in the treatment of Treatment Resistant Depression. It has just been approved for use and is the talk of the mental health community. It was discovered in 1962, first used on humans in 1964, and was approved for use in the United … Continue reading A Miracle Drug for Depression?
I have always been a lover of tattoos. I got my first one when I was 20 and have not looked back since. I currently have 13 (and counting) pieces of body art, each one reflecting a beginning or an ending or something that is close to my heart; each one representing a piece of … Continue reading The Unspoken Reason behind My Tattoos
This piece is so emotional, and so close to my heart that it is written through tears and with love. As I have mentioned a few times, when I first joined twitter a few years back, I really had no idea what to expect. I had no clue there was such a huge community … Continue reading The Unfairness of Life