News and mental health. 2020 has been packed with headlines that haven’t been the best for any of our health. But when is it too much? And what’s the responsibility of the newscasters to inform us with credibility and sensitivity? We sit down and chat with broadcaster Michael Hainsowrth about this.
#Checkupfromtheheadup How about we start with how this idea came about. My father came up with this idea. He dubbed it getting a yearly `checkup from the head up’. The idea is to get a mental health checkup as part of our yearly health checkup. As the world has opened their eyes on how our…
Today is a pretty momentous occasion. I was finally able to put in words how I felt when I went to bars for seven years.It took me that long but I’ve been able to form it into a sentence. Here it is:
I was going to the bar every night with my depression – my pals were just tagging along.
To a virtual crowd of just over 1,300 fans, Selena Gomez revealed she has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. The singer appeared on Miley Cyrus’ instagram show, Bright Minded on Friday.
“Recently, I went to one of the best mental hospitals in America, McLean Hospital, and I discussed that after years of going through a lot of different things, I realized that I was bipolar,” Gomez told Cyrus. “And so when I (get) to know more information, it actually helps me. It doesn’t scare me once I know it.”
You might remember back in January (January? Wasn’t that like a year ago? Jesus.) I posted an article on how I was seeking online counselling. If you missed it, you can check it out here. Well, I’m done. My last session was earlier this week.
It’s Bell Let’s Talk Day so I feel I should come clean – I’ve been seeing a therapist. This isn’t the first time I’ve sought out help. It’s actually my fifth. Before I talk to you about the therapy I’m getting right now, let’s take a quick trip back to the other times I went for help.
The company line is Mauro Ranallo blew his voice After an incredible performance Saturday night, NXT ringside commentator Mauro Ranallo was absent at Sunday’s Survivor Series. Michael Cole claimed Ranallo blew “his voice out” while calling the pay-per-view. It has been reported that Ranallo’s absence is due to tweets from his co-worker, Corey Graves. https://twitter.com/WWEGraves/status/1198414519556562944?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fcdn.embedly.com%2Fwidgets%2Fmedia.html%3Ftype%3Dtext%252Fhtml%26key%3D3ce26dc7e3454db5820ba084d28b4935%26schema%3Dtwitter%26url%3Dhttps%253A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2Fwwegraves%2Fstatus%2F1198414519556562944%26image%3Dhttps%253A%2F%2Fi.embed.ly%2F1%2Fimage%253Furl%253Dhttps%25253A%25252F%25252Fpbs.twimg.com%25252Fprofile_images%25252F1188228361501446146%25252FcWVnZL6D_400x400.jpg%2526key%253D3ce26dc7e3454db5820ba084d28b4935%20%3Ch3%3EWWE%20claimed%20Mauro%20Ranallo%20lost%20his%20voice%3C/h3%3E Fans…
Friendship: How to spot a toxic one Like how it’s a tough to come by a good friend, it’s tough to spot a toxic one. They start off really nice and they often convince you that they are not the problem. This is where they danger lays. They have a way of making their friend…
On this trailer episode of Shower for the Soul, Shane fills us in on what exactly this podcast is about. He also speaks with Karin Gornick, one of the producers of the film, Angst. The film is doing its tour of duty at schools around North America.
This year the main aim for World Mental Health Day is suicide prevention. According to World Health Organization, more than 800,000 die by suicide a year, making it the top cause of death among people fifteen to twenty-years old.