Mental Health

Today Sheila Wilson’s interview is with Debra Falzoi,  Debra educates employees and validates their experiences so they can take back their dignity.  She started  Dignity Together, providing coping services and resources for workplace abuse targets. We spoke about the healthcare workers and how hard it had to be for them to be working the shifts they were working without getting the breaks they needed, the number of patients they had, and the lack of staff. The nurses […]

Today’s interview is with Natalie Brobin,  Author of “Everyday Self-Care and Your High Needs Child”.  Natalie discusses the challenges she faced with her special needs daughter and how and why the book was created. This book “Everyday Self-Care and Your High Needs Child” would provide help to the parents with special needs children and also helpful to all caregivers. You will find information about Self-Care, Parenting, Trauma, Loss, Life, and Grief on her website: […]

Today’s interview is with Robert Kershaw who is also an Author and goes by pen name Eli Shaw.  Robert Kershaw is a visual display artist, Author, and Freelance photographer.  The name of the book is  “If I Die Before I Wake: A Caregiver’s Journey” and Robert and Betsy discuss why he wrote the book and what the reader can take away from this book. Robert has been involved with helping others since age 10 when he […]

Today’s interview is with Tony Lynch Founder and Creator of the Non-Profit, Memories of US ltd, a grief support group for men. Tony Lynch is a grief coach, recovery group facilitator, facility, a podcast host/ speaker! Tony Lynch discusses why it is important for men to grieve and show their emotions and why we must change the way we raise our sons about showing emotions.  Tony Lynch discusses his own grieving experience after losing his […]

  We find ourselves too emotionally drained to care about sports, but we can save our mental health. Try meditation for ten minutes; listen to your breath and ignore your thoughts, stay away from cable news, and call family or a friend to vent every few days. Now, our mental health is more important, not sports. The NBA playoffs can be put aside for right now. Listen to this discussion with Dan Riley about how […]

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