Kenni sat down to talk with me about her mental health journey and she was an absolute inspiration. Beyond sharing her own story she has amazing insights on the overlap between mental health and race, gender, and socio-economic status. Listen below or you can now listen to these recordings on iTunes Podcast!! Advertisements
What would you say is your biggest mental health struggle that you deal with on a regular basis? You know when you drop a feather and it floats slowly back and forth, wafting its way down to the ground? Follow the feather’s trajectory, and it’s a fair descriptor of my trajectory through depression – a […]
I am no longer afraid to be myself. I am strong, caring, and beautiful and want to help others see the same things in themselves.
The Intuitive RD What encouraged you to create The Intuitive RD? The Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison was my original inspiration for delving into my own personal work of healing my relationship with food. And through that process, I have been finding a peace with food and my body that I never thought was […]
How do you struggle with mental health and what are your best coping skills? I struggle with depression, anxiety and acute OCD and they’re things that have been bottled up over the years, but have always sorta been under the surface. I was definitely an anxious child and have had my OCD symptoms since I […]
What does mental health look like for you? For me, mental health is how you deal with setbacks. We all have good days and bad days, and how do you cope with those bad days? Can you get through them? Are your coping mechanisms healthy? My own answers to those questions vary, sometimes yes, sometimes […]
I got a chance to connect with Allison Micco from the Don’t Freak Out podcast about mental health! She has some amazing insights about anxiety, sobriety, and being open about mental health.
Looking around at the world is a recipe for heartache. When everything feels like it’s falling apart and there is hurt everywhere, where do you put your time and money to make a difference?
One of the best small changes I have made for my mental health is keeping a running list of the things I am grateful for.
Check out r/WholesomeMemes (where I found this comic from False Knees) for a tiny corner of happiness and kindness on the internet.