Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Zane Landin, on air from January 24th I am the founder of Positive Vibes Magazine, a digital magazine dedicated to telling authentic stories about mental health, wellness, and inspiration. The magazine has featured over 80 voices, reached thousands of readers from over 150 countries, and secured … Continue reading MH23-04. Zane Landin, Mental, Wellness, and Inspirations.
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Joseph M. Lenard, on air from January 10th I am a Suicide attempt survivor (and the SELF DISCOVERY it led to) and my TS book has a major Suicide prevention sub-thread through it to try and aid others with Depression... Joseph M. Lenard (aka: JLenardDetroit) Author, … Continue reading MH23.02. Suicide attempt survivor, Joseph M. Lenard.
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy with her guest Lynnis Woods Mullins, on air from October 18th The last couple of years have been very stressful for many reasons, and it appears that we may be in for another few stressful months ahead. Stats show an increase in people feeling anxious and stressed, up over … Continue reading MH22-43 Lynnis Woods-Mullins V.I.B.E Tips
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest David Richman, on air from August 2nd. Expressive writing, from journaling to structured creative writing, can be extremely therapeutic. Health outcomes include fewer doctor visits, improved organ function, and reduced depression. In an expressive writer’s daily life there are fewer sick days, focus on tasks is … Continue reading MH22-31. David Richman, Expressive Writing Workshops
Mental Health Awareness with Sara Troy and her guest Denise Beck-Clark, on air from July 26th In Her Debut Literary Fiction, Psychotherapist-Turned-Novelist Examines How Wounded People Heal From Trauma With The Help Of Friends and Unique Treatment Set in the 1970's "me decade," Thirty Years Hence, is the debut novel of retired psychotherapist Denise Beck-Clark. The story of two women’s developing friendship … Continue reading MH22-30. Denise Beck-Clark, “Thirty Years Hence”.