Show 101 Movember Shout Out and Resource Grab Bag

Not only is is NaNoWriMo and 30 Days of Podcasting but it is also Movember 2017 and this month the fellas want to grow their whiskers in support of Men's Health which has to include men's mental health, and it does. If you would like to participate, contribute or run your fanny off, which would also do a world of good for your anxiety head on over to for more info.

And yes ladies, you can participate.

There is one trigger alert you do need to ignore, the one that is trying to tell you to end your life. If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned: 

The National Institute of Mental Health has an information page on what to look for when you need therapy, they use the word Psychotherapy. The ADAA also have a page on choosing a therapist.

Derek Hough - Hold On music video - a musical rendition when you are having a really bad day. There is a Billboard interview with Mr. Hough explaining why he made the recording.

From 2014 there is a good article from Mindful about walking meditations.

The Harvard Health Blog has a piece on how yoga can help to reduce stress and body inflammation.

Insights from the Edge is a podcast from Sounds True; Anne Lamott was interviewed on an episode and that is always a good thing. The topic is Radical Self-Care Changes Everything.

Josie Ong's AffirmationPod


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