Anna Przy, (Anna Przybylski) is a wife, business owner and humorous social media personality who juggles and struggles life with mental health challenges. Having been diagnosed with Anorexia, ADHD and depression, she channels her creativity into entertaining and engaging media content, to provide humor and help those who need a lift from the problems we all face.
Over 200 episodes, 100 000 downloads, multiple speaking engagements and my very own personal clients who I help navigate the […]Read more
Over the years, I have found May to be a month of growth, change and hope for me. As mental […]Read more
There’s a difference between thriving and merely surviving. I’m not unfamiliar with self-care and tuning in to my physical, emotional […]Read more
What is connection? What does it mean to truly sit with somebody’s heart, holding and caring for it with such […]Read more
Have you ever lost something that was very dear to you? Like a flower blooming, our smile opens our hearts […]Read more
You might know someone with mental illness. Maybe it’s you; maybe a family member or friend. But it is someone you wish to see get better. You’ve seen them suffer, even while in treatment. Perhaps you have suffered as well. You wish there was another way for them to find help and hope in the darkness. Chazkeinu was created to offer that additional support to Orthodox Jewish women living with mental illness.
(As part of helping break the stigma surrounding mental health, we have decided to share real and vulnerable stories of […]Read more
Joe Brikman joins us to share with us how he has come to thrive, despite adversity. As a boy, he was sexually abused by a female babysitter and at the age of 12, shortly after he told his parents, his father was diagnosed with cancer. Joe was sent off to a boarding school where, no matter his accomplishments, it seemed he could never live up to their strict expectations. This, combined with the flashbacks and issues he was dealing with, made him feel hopeless, and he attempted suicide on his 14th birthday.