In light of the recent tragedy that shook the world on October 1, 2017 in Las Vegas, we all must ask ourselves what we can do to prevent such a terrible tragedy from happening again.
I know guys who turn away from the conversation about feelings and mental health. It makes them twitch and feel uncomfortable. It also makes them defensive and they quickly deflect the conversation. I used to be that guy too.
Here's a short little editorial I wrote on the state of mental health after I attended the LumoHacks event.
I challenge you to suck up the next 60 seconds to quickly glaze through (not even read in full detail!) the 5 Reasons Men Need to Journal!
It’s Sunday evening, two days after returning from a fantastic two week holiday and I think I’m feeling a bit blue. Not only is life resuming back to normal of household chores and daily routines, but I’ll also be returning to work on Monday. My friends who I went away with call it the Post Vacation Blues.
One of the most beloved characters in the world of Winnie the Pooh is the grey colored donkey named Eeyore who likely suffers from depression.
Today I thought I'd take a break from all those deep thoughts and write a little something more light-hearted and organic. As many of you already know, thinking and talking about mental health can be exhausting at times.
Did you know that depression comes in many forms? How do you feel when people say that your depression isn't that bad?
A short 90 second read on spreading kindness.