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Sheila Hamilton is an author, advocate and radio host. Her book, All the Things We Never Knew, Chasing the Chaos of Mental Illness is an Amazon bestseller. She is a five-time Emmy award winning journalist and hosts the podcast Beyond Well, a program for people interested in learning more about our interior lives, emotional health and self-care. Co-hosts are Dr. Brian Goff and Dr. Jenna LeJeune

 

Apr 30, 2019

If you've ever felt like giving up or wondered what the point of life is, Scott Erickson wants you to know you're not alone. Through performance art, story-teaching, participation, and image curation Scott talks about the overwhelming voices he encountered that told him three things--nothing new will ever happen, you...


Apr 22, 2019

Meet Eleven-year-old Heather, whose quote book carries these bits of wisdom. "Don't judge by the outside. Dig deeper." 

"I was an easy target. Now I'm not."

And "I was bullied when I was younger and I've never been the same since."

Heather was recently diagnosed as autistic, but, for a long time, kids just called her...


Apr 15, 2019

  • This is truly one of the most beautiful conversations we've had about the experience of psychosis and what it means to lose touch with reality. Sarah Townsend tenderly examines the terrifying experience of postpartum psychosis through art, film, psychology and explains why love and connection is key to finding...


Apr 8, 2019

Jen Pastiloff speaks with clarity and honesty about the sometimes rocky path to becoming human. She battled an eating disorder, she abandoned a brilliant path as a writer to become a waitress, and finally, she did something remarkable. She asked for help and willed herself toward health. Jen's honest assessment of who...


Apr 1, 2019

The CDC estimates that for every one person who dies by suicide, eight people are profoundly affected. The  grief, shock and sadness is shared by friends, coaches, church members and community members. 48,000 people died by suicide in 2018, leaving behind hundreds and thousands of people asking the question...