My story matters because it means there is hope.
Once more for the people in the back: How we talk about mental health matters.
Who I was then is not who I am now. That’s good and challenging at the same time.
Language matters. Words have resonance. Here’s an easy trick to see if you’re being a jerk with what you’re saying.
When we eliminate the clutter and the noise, we can create space for the voices that most need to be heard.
How am I a human resource? Simple, I’m not.
As I’ve written before, positivity can be toxic. In the throes of the COVID19 crisis, it’s important that we stay vigilant and call out actions that serve to shame those struggling with anxiety, depression, and other challenging circumstances.
The presentations (including mine!) from the QUT BEST Centre 2020 Conference are now available online.
I’m heading to Brisbane, Australia to present some of my doctoral research at a behavioral economics conference. Take that, Jerk Brain!
Amplifying my voice hasn’t been challenging, because I already have a megaphone. What do we do to turn up the volume for others who aren’t being heard?