Posts Tagged ‘Depression’

Checkin’ The Transparent Misfit

“Blessed are the weird people: Poets, Misfits, Writers, Mystics, Painters, Troubadours, for they teach us to see the world through different eyes” – Jacob Nordby James Tucker is an artist and the owner of Aesthetic Union- a letterpress print shop specializing in custom work and original editions. However, what James has created is more than that. He…

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Checkin’ OCD in Context

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder where people experience unwanted repeating thoughts, feelings, images, or sensations. Engaging in behaviors or mental acts in response. While we have a lot of misconceptions on Mental Health conditions and disorders, we can bring understanding when we combine knowledge with lived experiences. This week I am joined…

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Checkin’ Behind The Smile

In aid of the Mental Health Charity MIND  the “Behind The Smile” Art Exhibition  was born from the mind and paintbrushes of Artist Toby Brown. This week’s guest. Toby, with his own mental health struggles and journey, decided to help open the conversation with his most valuable tool. His most valuable therapy. His art. It…

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Checkin’ “What We’re Meant For”

  Art & film is an incredible way to connect  and kick start conversations surround Mental Health. It is a conversation for all ages. It is also  a conversation that the 2D Animated Short “What We’re Meant For” is aiming to inspire. I got to talk with the Producer and Director of this Animated Short…

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