As athletes scale boulders, we can get to better places of happiness and service to others by problem solving.
"People who have mental illness issues shouldn't have guns" was what the radio news quoted from a political leader. Statements like this upset me because they discourage people from getting help.
A blind spot of his own mental health issues can negatively impact a CEO's entire organization. Owen shares a humorous but poignant example from his experience in a company.
Dr. Fred Frese, first person with schizophrenia to receive a PhD, says his mental illness is a difference, not a deficit.
By developing strong, close personal relationships with others and really listening to them, we can get help in seeing into our blind spots that cause us to unwittingly hurt others.
We can improve the bottom line of our company through properly valuing people even if human capital is not reflected on our company’s balance sheet.
Therapist teaches people stand-up comedy to better cope.
How laying our burdens on and seeking help from God can help us.
If mental illness stigmas thwart others from seeking help, how do we respond when we hear others perpetuate the stigmas?
When we really share ourselves with others, we usually elevate our level of happiness.
People who produced the Broadway play, "Next to Normal" and those who speak out and write about mental illness are creating an emotionally healthier world.
A friend who pushed past the stigmas to get help is now in a better place!
Kyle Maynard, a high school wrestling champion born without full limbs, gives inspiration to those of us with less apparent challenges.
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