Hi and welcome to another episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today’s show, we will chat with a very close friend, Jay (Superior) Doodnauth. Jay and I met at the premiere of his short MH film called Perspective. It is incredibly poignant and I would recommend watching it if you have the opportunity. I believe Jay has a link posted to it on his Instagram.
On top of being a film producer and director, Jay is a creative genius and an incredibly good musician. He also spends a lot of time supporting and speaking about Mental Health, and all round, is just a fantastic human being.
Please take some time to have a listen.
You can find Jay at: https://www.instagram.com/thinksuperior https://www/instagram.com/perspectivetheshortfilm
or on Facebook @jaysuperior
or on Soundcloud soundcloud.com/jdsuperior
Thank you for taking the time to listen. It means a lot to me, to be able to have an avenue besides writing to share stories, and hopefully help to lessen stigma. Until next time, take care and be well.
If you enjoy my podcast or websites or blog, please consider making a small donation as there are out of pocket expenses and I am on a very limited income. Thank you.
Hi, and thank you for tuning into another episode of the Mental Health Raw and Open Podcast. On today’s show, we are joined by the founder of #SickNotWeak movement, and one of my dearest friends, Michael Landsberg.
Michael was a TV host for decades, before transferring his skill set over to radio, where he hosts a highly popular morning TSN Sports show. Michael is a forerunner in opening the conversation about mental health, and has traveled across Canada to speak and spread his message of strength and hope, and to remind people they are not alone. Michael has been awarded many times for his work in the Mental Health area specifically.
You can reach Michael at @heylandsberg on Twitter.
I hope you enjoy the show, perhaps learn something new, and please, pass on the message. Spreading the word helps to open the conversation which can then lead to people reaching out for the help they may need.
Thanks again for tuning in, and until next time, be well and take care.
If you enjoy my podcast or websites, the link below is for smaller donations to help me cover the out of pocket expenses for both. Thank you.