“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” The statement is simple, profound and as true as truth can be. So lets work toward helping our youth be strong, provide support so they will not be afraid to share. We can even start with sharing information, like programs that are available […]
Someone who is functioning in their own uniqueness, different than the norm, causing them to be misunderstood, because it is not a “medical” diagnosis people are familiar with. Do you agree?
Yesterday I completed an 8 hour course entitled “First Responder Introduction to Behavioral Health Disorders and Addictive Diseases” sponsored by NAMI Georgia and it was phenomenal! GREAT CLASS! AND you can earn Continuing Education Units (CEU). I understand that there will be more dates for the training coming up, in GEORGIA. So be on the […]
Shoutout to Valeo Behavioral Health Care in Topeka, Kansas for honoring men! June is Men’s Mental Health Month #SHOUTOUT #SHOUTOUT to Nathaniel, The Soloist #SHOUTOUT to Dr. Menninger, Menninger Foundation
This morning I went for a walk in the park. As I started I realized I left my water in the car, so I turned around to go back to get it. When I got to the fence there was an elderly woman coming through with a walker, so I stepped to the side. Suddenly […]
I heard a knock on the door, got up to answer and to my surprise it was Nathaniel. He was soak and wet and very tired. When I let him in he just flopped on the sofa and said, “I am just so tired!” He dropped his head. I asked “how did you get here?” […]
Yes, May is Mental Health Awareness month, but do we stop caring in June? NO WAY! We are just getting started. I know I always suggest that you volunteer with an agency in your area because they need your support. Well it is so very true, volunteer support is so very important. I work with […]