Ryan McMullen joins Optimistically Depressed to talk about his experiences with social anxiety back in high school, the importance of family, motivating himself and what mental health looks like to him. Special guest introduction to the episode from Ruth's husband Sean as she is away this week in Ontario.
Joel Muise joined Optimistically Depressed to talk about anxiety and depression and effective ways to deal with each. Joel founded Tranquility Online, where their mission is to help those who are living with anxiety get access to adequate help in a way that is: Affordable, Timely, Stigma-free, Personal and Accessible. Check them out at https://www.tranquility.app/
Nadia LaCroix joins Optimistically Depressed to discuss acupuncture and how it is connected to the mind and body. She also discusses her brush with death and how she made it through the mental hurdles of dealing with it.
Optimistically Depressed gets to talk to Grace MacMillan about Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression and the stuff Optimistically Depressed is up to. Take a listen to this encouraging episode on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you find your podcasts.
Emma Bonang joins Optimistically Depressed to talk about her experience with losing a sibling and grieving at a young age. She also talks about the importance of being kind because, after all, we don't know the battles someone else is facing.
Angeline Francis joins Optimistically Depressed to talk about the dynamics of relationships in many of their forms. We cover our relationship with grief and grieving people, our relationship with our children and ourselves, and healthy and unhealthy relationships with spouses.
In Optimistically Depressed's first podcast, Mike Mousseau speaks about depression, abuse, shame and forgiveness in raw honesty. It was a privilege to talk with him and hear some of his story. Please be advised, this is sensitive subject matter, so maybe don't listen to it with your kids in the car.