If you or someone you know runs their own business you know how stressful and demanding it can be. Many entrepreneurs work excessive hours, do not get enough sleep, and suffer from high levels of stress. Since they are so invested in their business, it may be difficult for them to recognize the mental health issues that they may be facing.
What happens when you are going through your own healing process and unintentionally neglect the relationships in your personal life?
In 2008, Tony Grebmeier says that he almost lost everything. He had been struggling for years with addiction, was in severe debt, separated from his wife, and was considering taking his own life.
I first heard today’s guest on one of my favorite podcasts, The One Thing. They were interviewing a man named John Israel (AKA “Mr. Thank You”) and I loved the conversation so much I listened THREE times.
After years of struggling with depression and manic episodes, Tammy Ozolins finally received the diagnosis of Bipolar Two with Rapid Cycling. As an educator, she has made the brave decision to talk publicly about her mental health journey in order to end the stigma and educate young people on the realities of mental health.