#MentalHealthWeek interview on #MissKittyLive (worth the wait)

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Happy #mentalhealthMonday and Spring Equinox!

Hope all my lovely readers are doing well or, at the very least, working on it as I am doing every day myself. While I’m not in the best of spirits ‘mood wise’ right now, (things have been pretty rough recently), I’m grateful to be able to notice and address it myself – means I still have a handle on things, so all is not lost. ‘Tis the season of growth, renewal and newness, so here’s to trusting God to come through with an awesome demonstration of universal alignment.

Today’s post is short and sweet. It’s really just sharing the audio recording of the 1.5-hour interview I did last October for World Mental Health Awareness Week #MHAW16 for Miss Kitty Live’s Wellness Wednesday programme on Nationwide 90 FM here in Jamaica. Continue reading “#MentalHealthWeek interview on #MissKittyLive (worth the wait)”

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Breaking news: #FaceDepessionJA launches tomorrow!

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The team (Jamaica) is gearing up for our launch tomorrow! (L-R) Tami, Jessica, Jhanille, Chalanie and Tamaisha are ready to Light Up The Darkness. You ready ? (Photo: Kaiel Eytle) #FaceDepression #FaceDepressionJA

Happy Monday lovely readers! For me it’s more like exciting Monday because tomorrow, June 26, is a big day and there’s a lot of newness to talk about. It’s a pretty hectic afternoon in preparation, so I’m just going to jump right in and let you guys know what’s up. Continue reading “Breaking news: #FaceDepessionJA launches tomorrow!”

#Mentalhealthmatters – current status: Partly cloudy

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Seaweed, by me. This photo was taken with my cell phone at Waves Beach, Hellshire, last summer. I was on an impromptu evening trip with a friend; we were both really stressed out and made the effort to go out there for re-balance and refocus. It worked. I’m using it here to represent my current state of being, i.e. there’s some light making an appearance. Random side note: Most people hate seaweed at the beach, I’ve always loved it.

Dear readers, this is a quick note covering the following things:

  1. Saying thank you
  2. An update on how I’m doing at the moment
  3. Addressing direct questions on how to get involved with advocating for #mentalhealthmatters in Jamaica. So, here goes…

Continue reading “#Mentalhealthmatters – current status: Partly cloudy”