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My podcast is centered around mental health and suicide prevention two causes that don't get a lot of positivity in society or in the media. I will be sharing my personal struggles with mental health and suicide but will also through my journey provide positivity and HOPE. Sharing experiences with some of the people I have helped and haven't been able to help, helpful tips to help you through a bad day or even a good one, and keep you on the road to mental wellness. Mental health doesn't dis ...
 
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Check out my podcast that will be out later today. I will be discussing racism in college football. Check out all 14 podcasts to date wherever you get your podcast. Racism was key in knowing Chaz Ah You was in crisis and needed help. At predominately white colleges, black players make up the football team. However, just because they are wearing the…
 
Being strong gets thrown around a lot when it comes to our mental health. If you show any signs of emotions, you are considered weak. Coaches use the terminology, "Mentality Tough" to motivate their players, instead of recognizing that it could derail their mental health. When you are struggling it doesn't help to hear, "Well if you were stronger, …
 
I took a week off but it's time to get back to it. Losing my extended son Pierre to suicide felt like a mule had kicked me in the chest. I knew he was gone but it was hard to deal with it. I know that anyone could die by suicide but it is different when it hits home. Guys, I do NOT want anyone to go through the PAIN of losing someone to suicide, Th…
 
In Episode 12 of "The W.A.R. podcast I talk about the SHAME that surrounds suicide and how it is KILLING US. Suicide needs to be declared a "Health Crisis." Until it is society will continue to think suicides are isolated incidents. They aren't! Hiding and covering it up from attempting suicide to dying by suicide will continue to keep people being…
 
In the last few months, mental health has taken center stage with Naomi Osaka, Sha'Carri Richardson and Simone Biles, coming forward talking about their struggles. Many famous people come out and share their stories about mental health but it always seems to be at a time when they are looking to promote something. I discuss that in Episode 11 of my…
 
From student-athletes, professional athletes to Olympic Champions, Episode 10 of Wellness Action Recovery, "The W.A.R. podcast will be addressing their mental health as well as doing better by ALL who are dealing with mental health issues. 40 MILLION Americans deal with anxiety and 17 MILLION deal with depression. 1 out of 5 adults have a mental he…
 
In episode #9 of Wellness Action Recovery, "The W.A.R." Podcast I will be talking about Action vs. Words. People will ask, "How are you doing and are you okay?" never really caring if you are. In today's society, Do people really mean what they say? #ILoveYou #WeLoveYou #AuntSpankie #QPRTraining #Twitter #SocialMedia…
 
In Episode #8 of Wellness Action Recovery, "The W.A.R." podcast, I will be discussing how the faith-based community needs to do a better job of helping members of their congregation not be ashamed and get help, when it comes to mental health, addiction and suicidal thoughts. Mental health and physical health are one. Therefore, the faith-based comm…
 
In episode #7, I am talking about how people of color, particular Black people would rather self-medicate than go seek professional help. The biggest reason is the stigma that surrounds mental health. Black people have always viewed mental health as a sign of weakness and that mentality is killing us DAILY. Sha'Carri Richardson was poised to the Ol…
 
Episode #6 of Wellness Action Recovery "The W.A.R." podcast is a conversation regarding social media and your mental health. Everything you see on social media from posts to pictures isn't always reality or the truth. More than one in three adults (38%) see social media usage as harmful to mental health; nearly half (45%) see social media usage as …
 
Trauma is both what happens to a person and their reaction to it. There are different types of trauma, Bullying, Community violence, Disasters, Early Childhood Trauma, Intimate Partner violence, Medical trauma, or physical abuse. Emotional reaction to trauma can include fear, anxiety, panic, shock and difficulty believing in what has happened. We h…
 
In episode 4 of Wellness Action Recovery, "The W.A.R." Podcast, I will be talking about how mental health doesn't discriminate and treats everyone the same from celebrities like Michelle Williams formerly of Destiny's Child, Taraji B. Henson, The Rock, Selena Gomez, Brandon Marshall, Dax Prescott, Darius Leonard and Naomi Osaka who all have opened …
 
Suicide is the most preventable death of all deaths IF people would care and get educated. QPR (Question Persuade Refer) Suicide Prevention Training can teach anyone in an hour and a half how to save a life through positive action while providing HOPE, In an hour and a half to two hours, as a certified QPR Suicide Prevention Instructor, I can train…
 
PARENTS, if you child was showing signs of diabetes, heart issues, cancer or any other "physical condition, you wouldn't hesitate to get your child the help they need, correct? The same sense of urgency you have for your child if they have a physical condition, you need that same urgency when it comes to getting your child help for a mental health …
 
In the first episode of my podcast, I am introducing myself, sharing my own struggles with mental health issues as well as my suicide attempt. People don't realize that me helping others helps me to have purpose. However, with helping people who are dealing with mental health issues, substance abuse or a combination of both, it can be a challenge t…
 
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