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!
Serena writes a letter from her old self; someone who struggled with her depression for years, and how her old self is proud of the strong, independent woman she has become.
Conversations with Gary re the war on the poor–including those with mental illness– and he shares his philosophies and actions in the trenches as one of them.
Earla Dunbar writes about her social anxiety and how she coped using sex. After seeing no way out but suicide, she started CBT and it changed her life.
MHT founder and editor Trish Hurtubise shares a cartoon with tips of how her experience with love melts her anxiety away.
MHT editor David Templin writes about his experience with an “anxiety hangover”. He lists the signs to recognize one and what he does to “cure” it.
Actor/Director/Writer Matt Watts speaks candidly about his lived experience with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and the relief he found with CBT in this interview written by Sahar Shoja.