1 in 5 Canadians will struggle with their mental health this year. Many suffer silently, which means there’s a lot of conversations going unspoken. Sharing and openness can invite healing and restoration, but it can only happen within a trusting, safe environment and relationship. If you know there’s an unspoken conversation between you and a close friend or family member, we want to help.
Episode 53 starts off with Jordan asking Dr. Merry about some common “myths” when talking about Mental Health.
MeToo was a social media movement (before the current use of the hashtag) committed to removing the stigma surrounding mental health by modeling the first steps towards safe and supportive community.
For more information about Dr. Mark Mayfield, his counselling practice, podcast and events check out: mayfieldcounseling.com
Later in the show, Sathiya Sam shares his song “Call Upon Me” for more music and updates check out sathiyamusic.com
We hope that this episode has inspired you to expand the mental health conversation in your own life. We are delighted to offer you a simple guide to help you welcome that unspoken conversation. It’s free for download here.
Be sure to join us for Episode 54 of The Unspoken Conversation as Jordan discusses Mental Health and Persecution with Greg Musselman.