Things to Say and Not to Say to Someone who is Depressed

If someone tells you they are depressed and you know it is clinical (although some of these things might help if it is situational.) there are things you should say and things you shouldn't. Before you do anything, however, make sure they are not a threat to themselves. If they are, please call the National … Continue reading Things to Say and Not to Say to Someone who is Depressed

Email to Representative Patrick McHenry Re: Suicidal Navy Soldier being Punished for having a Mental Illness

Photo Credit: Wikipedia Dear Representative Patrick McHenry; I wrote to Virginia Foxx, but was told you are my new representative. I am a mental health advocate and founded a FB group with 20,000 ppl from all over the world. I also run social media sites for Mental Health Advocates United. I also blog under the … Continue reading Email to Representative Patrick McHenry Re: Suicidal Navy Soldier being Punished for having a Mental Illness

March Madness when it comes to Politics and Mental Health

For the most part, the colleges get along when playing basketball and most of them play with good sportsmanship. Very rarely do you see them attacking them about their beliefs, religion, and character. In fact, if they were to openly do that, they would not be able to play. However, our politicians/candidates are allowed to … Continue reading March Madness when it comes to Politics and Mental Health