What an important but challenging topic: Lying. The lies we tell ourselves. The lies we tell others. Join our three hosts for a discussion on different types of lying.
Dr. Paul Meier is a practicing Psychiatrist, the founder of Meier Clinics, and the author of several best selling books.
Melanie Vann is the host of Memoirs of Madness and Program Director for MHNR Network.
Kristin Walker is the CEO of MHNR Network and host of Mental Health News Radio.
Immigration in the world. Immigration in the United States (a country created by immigrants). It’s in the news and the news is not good. Join Dr. John Huber of Mainsteam Mental Health and Kristin Sunanta Walker as they discuss the impact this can have on children, their parents, our society.
This is our weekly short show on what’s going in the news that affects mental health!
Join Melanie Vann and lead consultant and psychotherapist Rahim Thawer as they talk about authenticity and acceptance in the LBGTQ+ community. Rahim will be presenting at the In My Mind Conference in New York hosted by DBGM.
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K. Thor Jensen is a writer and cartoonist living in the Pacific Northwest. He has contributed to dozens of prestigious outlets, including PCMag, Tested, Clickhole, and Game Informer. He is currently finishing his second graphic novel, Cloud Stories, which will be released in 2015. Follow him on Twitter @kthorjensen.
He joins Melanie Vann to discuss caregiver burnout, diabetes, and his journey with mental health struggles.
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I know that the idea of being broken sounds like a tragic thing, especially if it is a bone or cell phone. However, I am here to say that brokenness is one of the best things that could happen to a human being. Rumi once said that “You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.” We humans are a complicated bunch and pride is the very thing that keeps us from being broken. Nowadays, image is such an important thing for people to keep up. Sadly, this way of thinking is distorted and destructive. If you look at the tiny writing on the side view mirror of your Toyota, it says “images in the mirror may be closer than they appear.” Image is regularly distorted and often found to be false.