Sara Kay was always called “moody” until she had a psychotic breakdown and she had to start figuring things out, bit by bit .
MHT founder and editor Trish Hurtubise shares her belief we are just right & how this re-frames her recent experience with delusions to be a coping mechanism for fear vs a psychotic symptom. And there’s a cartoon.
You’ve got to check this out.
It’s an all new look for Mental Health Talk—we thought it was about time we gave you guys something new to look at.
A HUGE thanks to my husband Alain for taking my vision and making it a reality. Though he is a consultant and developer across many computing platforms by profession, he took time out of his busy schedule to work on my itsy bitsy site and he has been burning the midnight oil on this revision. He is an integral part of the design and development of this site and there is nothing he can’t do.
MHT founder and editor Trish Hurtubise shares her feelings of being misunderstood in her experience with a mental health disorder & how she turns a passion into a connection with others. And there’s a cartoon!
MHT founder and editor Trish Hurtubise shares that in PTSD or Chronic Stress, our nervous system is often in fight/flight when we are asked to process info. The disadvantage is our brains are not available to work optimally in those moments. And there’s a cartoon!
MHT founder and editor Trish Hurtubise shares a cartoon about heavy breathing plus tips on how to breathe deeply and why it’s good for your mental health.
MHT founder and editor Trish Hurtubise shares a cartoon and short how-to detail on how to meditate when you are challenged with mental health issues.