World Mental Health Day is on October 10. Every year, this day raises awareness of mental health issues, and this year, in particular, the theme of “Make mental health for all a global priority” couldn’t be more on point. Mental health in the family and mental health as a society is suffering more than ever.…Read More
On Friday, October 8, 2021, multi-award winning filmmaker Uga Carlini‘s fiction feature “Angeliena” premieres on Netflix. It’s a story about self-love and being ‘good enough’ and having dreams and caring for one another. It has characters you’ll hiss at and the ones you’ll cheer on. THIS is the kind of story – the madness to…Read More
On Thursday, September 1, 2021, the book, “Blueprint for a Book: Build Your Novel from the Inside Out” by Jennie Nash publishes. What a treat it was to chat with Jennie who has been my book coach and mentor for years and who has been instrumental in my own books getting written and published. Jennie…Read More
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What a gift to be able to sit with my long-time therapist (and life saver) Lynn and ask her question I always wanted to know. All of what she said is gold. Here’s just a bit of what you’ll hear: “You know, what’s amazing to me is this is the first time I’ve ever had…Read More
Today’s podcast is with “Wonder Woman” Joanna Westerholm Linkchorst. Joanna is the spirit behind the effort toward saving Rockhaven Sanitarium. Rockhaven is a place that was built in 1923 by a woman RN named Agnes Richards who found a better way to care for women with mild mental & nervous issues. Joanna, as founding member…Read More
“Sometimes people with the issue don’t know they have the issue, so how are you supposed to get somebody help who doesn’t think they need it?” – Great insight from Jeanne, the daughter in this mother-daughter special episode of my podcast. Jenny, her mom, is one of my first friends in life. We met back…Read More