Picture of world from wikipedia and created using Canva I contacted the World Health Organization and The White House along with several Mental Health Or ganizations around the world and the media to help unite mental health advocates so we will have a louder voice and make a huge difference on World Mental Health Day … Continue reading Mental Health Advocates Uniting for World Mental Health Day: How you can Help
Many of my blogs deal with mental health issues that are facing are nation and how advocates need to unite to start making a difference. Erasing the stigma is important so people aren't afraid to seek help. People need to be educated as to where they can go to get help and know that there … Continue reading Encouragement from a Political Mental Health Advocate and News Channel
I have been a mental health advocate for over 25 years. I have been in and out of psychiatric hospitals so many times that I have lost count. However, I also have accomplished a lot before going on disability. For example, I was a manager of a movie theater, worked as a trainer at Walt … Continue reading Finding Your Purpose and Going After Your Dreams
I just read that Brandon Marshall stood up to the NFL because he wants to wear green shoes in recognition of Mental Illness Awareness Week, He has Borderline Personality Disorder. Way to go Brandon! We need more celebrities like you to talk about mental illness. People need to know that there is hope and recovery … Continue reading Brandon Marshall Needs to Be Commended
I went to a show last night where a famous golfer told his story. His presentation was very entertaining, engaging, and funny. There were over 800 people in attendance. The golfer had a very successful career that included more than 3 million dollars in prize money. He went on to write six books, is a … Continue reading Golf, Bipolar Disorder and Me
I write letters to people with influence as an advocate for people with mental illness. It can be very discouraging. I have been doing this for 25 years since I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. After seeing the way people with mental illnesses and how are treated, forgotten, ostracized, and made out to be monsters, … Continue reading Mental Illness Issue? Make Your Politicians Accountable!