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.
Some days are rather ordinary and uneventful, yet some days, it feels like I'm making a big splash and a difference to the mental health community.
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!
A few weeks ago, my friend asked if I'd like to collaborate with him, and work with men who are looking to reform their lives. I accepted but by mid morning my anxiety about meeting new people started to kick in again.
Does "being a man" mean to suck up your emotions when you're feeling pain, both externally and internally? A good read for men and women.
Here's what I call the "Jetti Mind Trick". It only takes 4 seconds and the results are astounding!
The term "walking on eggshells" is often used when there's a feeling of caution or fear being around someone who might appear threatening.
Mental health is found more and more in the media these days for good reasons. Awareness and education makes us less fearful of people who suffer with mental health challenges and replaces that fear with compassion.