October 31, 2019
Hi and welcome to another episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today's show we will chat with the amazing and eccentric Karen Unrue.
Karen is a survivor, a life coach, an author, and a fierce mental health advocate.
Karen's book, Blue Jellyfish Syndrome can be found on Amazon at:
Karen can be found on Twitter as @KarenUnrue.
I hope you enjoy the show and thank you again for taking the time to listen.
Take care and be well.
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Music Credit: Jay Superior
October 24, 2019
Hi and welcome to another episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today's show we will chat with Matt Pappas. Matt is a life coach, an author, an advocate, a survivor, a podcast host and he also works with the CPTSD association.
Matt and I have been friends for a few years now, and he is a fantastic person, and I am happy to share this episode with you all.
Matt can be found at:
I hope you enjoy the show, and as always, thank you for taking the time to listen.
October 17, 2019
Hi and thank you for tuning in to another episode of Mental Health Raw and Open. On today's show, we will be chatting with US Veteran, Author and Advocate Betsy Ross.
Betsy's books Fight, and To Fight Again are raising awareness to the struggle that Veterans face daily when trying to come back from war and resume life in society. Her advocacy has helped many to not only talk about their struggles, but to reach out for help as well. Her book is well worth the read.
Betsy's books can be found at:
I hope you enjoy today's show, perhaps learn something new, and if so, pass on the message. Spreading the word helps keep the conversation open, which is very much needed.
Thank you again for your time, and until next time, take care and be well.
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October 10, 2019
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.
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