SILENT SUPERHEROES

As many of you know, I have been having a bit of a tough time of it lately. I haven’t tried to hide it and don’t wish to. I like to remain open about my story in the hope that it helps, me and others. Some days are tougher than others, but I am working through the steps to try and pull myself out of it. I have experience, so I know I will get there.

Rest, meditation, working out and unplugging are all a part of that process. As the days go by I am feeling like I will recover from the hurt and depression sooner rather than later. Thankfully I have been there, done that. So I can still work, write and function relatively normally. Doesn’t make it any easier though.

What does make it easier is meeting, discussing, talking with like minded persons who have in the past in and the present been on their own journey. One such person is James Pratt. I was introduced to James by a very close friend of mine (you know who you are) and I am so glad for that introduction.

James has his own podcast called Silent Superheroes which focuses on mental health, specifically in relation to the work environment. I feel fortunate to have been invited to participate and share with James, and it gave me the opportunity to probably go into more detail in the public eye (or ear) than I have ever done before. It was a liberating experience and one I feel proud to have been a part of.

Its a really great podcast. Real people discussing real issues. That is what I love about it. It branches into all areas of mental health as well, so if you are new to it and still trying to identify where you are on the spectrum, this could really be of great help and interest. To listen to the episode in which I feature you can click on the following link and download it to the platform of your choice.

SILENT SUPERHEROES CLICK ME!

I really want to thank James for the invite and discussion. It was a super experience and at this very moment served as a fabulous reminder of how far I have come over the years. Even though I am going through a difficult period, any reminder of progress is an important reminder.

If you do manage to listen to it, any feedback or comments would be greatly appreciated. Leave them in the comment box below and not on Facebook please. I have had it up to my ears with it and refuse to get involved in discussion or debate of any type on that disease of a platform any more.

Finally, should anyone need help or guidance, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Always happy to steer people in the right direction or help them take their first steps into a better future. Direct message me via Instagram anytime. INSTAGRAM

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