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  1. Sonia chat to Darren about men's mental health and his passion to create space for new Dad's to connect and be real with each other!
  2. I am joined on the podcast today by men's mental health campaigner, speaker and facilitator at Andy's Man Club - Dan Rowe Lets face it life is like never before right now and he toll it's taking on peoples mental health with the unknown, change and constant having to readjust is difficult. Equipping yourself with the skills and tools to ride this storm will be key. In my conversation with Dan we discuss:: A number of ways in which you can manage your mental health on a daily basis Skills you can use to process thought and strong emotions when the going gets tough Dan's own mental health struggle and post natal depression he suffered after his son's birth The power of being part of a men's group in your recovery from mental health issues but also growth Our shared interest in the topic of meaning, and how this along with having a purpose and vision is so important for your mental health **To grab a FREE copy of my new e-book The Dad Blueprint https://www.thedadscircle.com/e-book (click here)** Get involved and find out more To get involved with the conversation on social media we are on https://www.facebook.com/guildofdads/?modal=admin_todo_tour (Facebook), https://www.instagram.com/guildofdads/ (Instagram) & https://twitter.com/guildofdads (Twitter) If you want to join the Guild of Dads you can do so via our https://www.facebook.com/pg/guildofdads/groups/ (Facebook Group) Episode show notes can be found on our https://guildofdads.com/ (website) If you like what we are doing, leave a rating and review https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/guild-of-dads-vision-action-meaning/id1489225209 (here)
  3. Men, Mental Health and Isolation. An exclusive interview with Scott where he shares his personal battle with mental health issues and how he turned his experience in bringing about positive change in the workplace..
  4. Breaking Down the Stigma of Men's Mental Health W/ Adam Martin   Yes, Brothers! is all about celebrating men SHOWING UP and breaking down stigma and barriers around men's mental health.   It's about giving men the tools and support so that they can lean in and become the men that they not only want to be, but what the world needs.   And that's exactly what Adam Martin has done over in Tasmania with Everhim.   When working as an architect, Adam was witness to an horrific road accident, leaving him to deal with the likes of PTSD, anxiety and depression.   During his healing journey, Adam went on to found Tassie Kind, a hub for community connection and EverHim/EverHer - partner groups for men and women to be supported as they venture on their own healing journey.   Contact Adam hello@tassiekind.com.au Socials https://www.facevbook.com/tassiekindofficial https://www.facebook.com/EverHimOfficial https://www.facebook.com/EverHerOfficial   Contact Yes, Brothers! chris@yesbrothers.com.au Socials https://www.facebook.com/yesbrothers.au https://www.instagram.com/yesbrothers.au/ Contact Chris chris@yesbrothers.com.au Socials https://www.facebook.com/chrisedgeofficial https://www.instagram.com/chrisedge_official/   For More Info on the Lean In Autumn Retreat retreat@yesbrothers.com.au https://fb.me/e/4OVgvEj90   This Episode on YouTube
  5. This week we are bringing back Darius Sam an incredible young ultrarunner who has combined his love of the sport and his passion for serving his community. Last summer 19 year old Darius came on the podcast to talk about his first attempt at a 100 miler in which, by pushing his body to its absolute limits, he was able to raise over $90,000 for his local food bank. During that run he collapsed near the end and was rushed to the hospital. In December he decided to give the same route another shot, this time with the goal of raising money to help establish a Men's Mental Health Program in Nicola Valley. Learning from his first 100 miler he went out and crushed it, setting his sights on some BIG TIME goals for 2021! In this episode we chat all about the lessons he learned from his first 100 and how he applied them to his second. We also discuss the necessity of funding mental health programs especially in the time of COVID, how serving others can help you clarify your purpose, and what big goals are on the horizon for Darius. Can't wait to share this episode with you! I really look up to Darius's ambition and desire to use his athletic goals to spread goodness around his community! MORE FROM DARIUS AND HIS FUNDRAISER: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dariussamfit/ GoFundMe: https://www.gofundme.com/f/100-miles-for-men039s-counselling-go-darius Canada Global News Story: https://globalnews.ca/news/7505163/bc-man-mens-mental-health-ultramarathon/ MORE LIKE A BIGFOOT: Subscribe and Review on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/like-a-bigfoot/id1160773293?mt=2 Soundcloud Archives: https://soundcloud.com/chris-ward-126531464 Stitcher Archives: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/like-a-bigfoot Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/likeabigfoot/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/likeabigfoot/
  6. Visit https://www.alternativehealthtools.com/ for more information In this episode, Mark Edwards and I look for mental breakthroughs covering Men's Mental Health and what specifically we can do to keep mentally fit. Often we focus on our physical fitness but sometimes we overlook our mental fitness. We look at what our diet is, what we’re snacking on. And we're not just talking about food, we look at things such as Social Media comparison and the importance of sleep and exercise for keeping mentally well. Contact Mark Edwards Email Mark: markedwardslive@gmail.com  Mark on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/markedwardslive Contact Us Alternative Health Tools You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and anywhere else you get your podcasts. Contact co-hosts Lisa Victoria, John Biethan, and Kim Shea Leave us a message on our Contact Page. Produced by Heard Not Seen Media, Inc. dba  ImaginePodcasting.com
  7. Namaste Everyone, Welcome to Chiya with Guff with your host Suman Thank You for tuning into Todays Episode. Men's Mental Health, such a touchy subject. So, we discussed if Why Men are so shy of showing their feelings. What they think will happen and what actually happens. Just a discussion on Mental Health and what we all think. Very interesting podcast if you ask me. If you like to be featured on the Podcast please do DM or e-mail me at sumankandel85@yahoo.com. Don't forget to Share comment and leave feedback on the Podcasts. Make sure to follow and Subscribe. Don't Forget to keep Drinking Chiya and spreading Positivity:) Follow me on Socials: Insta: Sumankandel85 Snap: Suman8460 Twitter: Sumankandel85 YouTube: Suman Kandel ----------------------------------------- Follow Rasmi on Social: Insta: Rasmi_001 YouTube: Rasmi Ranabhat ----------------------------------------- Follow Saurav on Socials: Insta: X_sau_ ----------------------------------------- Follow Rayush on Socials: Insta: rayush_20 Snap: rayush200 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/suman-kandel/support
  8. Welcome to a special episode of the Pick & Drive Rugby Podcast! We are a clean weekly podcast series; where our two hosts Mitch & Ando discuss everything Australian Rugby! In this week's episode we are joined by friend of the pod and all round nice guy Nick Wasiliev. Nick has just released his debut novel, When Men Cry, which tackles the difficult topic of men's mental health. Join us as we discuss the novel, the theme's explored throughout and the impact it had on each of us! You can get a copy of When Men Cry here: https://www.booktopia.com.au/when-men-cry-nick-wasiliev/book/9780648700005.html Follow us on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter - Get Involved!
  9. Good mental health is crucial. We all need it to survive, but there are a number of reasons why men are less likely to speak up about mental health issues like depression. For many men, struggling with their mental health means suffering in silence. Stigmas around acknowledging mental health struggles and old-fashioned ideas of masculinity often play heavily into men’s reluctance to seek help. Today, we hear from The Bro Therapist, Kyle Sommers, about his experiences of working with men and some of the red flags, coping methods, and responses he has seen in his clients. Find out how exercise is sometimes used to escape painful feelings, why sport is often so important to young men, and how anger can mask depression, and hear Kyle’s advice for helping men buy into the idea of therapy. He also has some suggestions for starting conversations about mental health, helping men better understand themselves, and fostering emotional awareness in their sons, as well as breaking the dangerous stigma that exists around masculinity and mental health. Tune in today to hear Kyle’s advice, success stories, and a whole lot more!Key Points From This Episode:Sherry shares some statistics about men’s mental health issues in the US.Kyle – also known as The Bro Therapist – talks about burnout and his private practice.How Kyle dealt with his emotions growing up and some of the coping methods that men use.Physical and mental health are both important, but exercise can also be used as an escape!Seeking worth or fulfillment in achievement and how Kyle sees it in the men he works with.Find out why sport can become such a big part of a young man’s identity.Learn about some of the early warning signs that a man is struggling with their mental health.Depression and anger: Kyle shares how men oftentimes act out when depressed.Persistent physical ailments are also a common symptom of mental health struggles for men.Help men buy into the idea of therapy by highlighting how it can positively affect their children.Hear Kyle’s advice for starting a conversation about mental health with a man in your life.The different methodologies that Kyle uses with men in his practice, like cognitive behavioral therapy and brainspotting.Why identifying your values is key to better understanding yourself.What are the benefits of counseling? Kyle says the biggest one is being honest with yourself.The importance of slowing down and being mindful, according to Kyle.For counselors that want to work with men, Kyle suggests having a straightforward approach.How men can foster emotional awareness in their sons, starting with modeling it for them.Creating a sense of safety around difficult conversations can create openness – try talking with your children on a car ride.Breaking down the stigma around mental health by starting at home with your family.Do away with toxic masculinity! Men can be “in control” while still being vulnerable.Ending the show with some stories of success: With even the most stoic alpha males, Kyle has seen positive growth and vulnerability.Kyle's last tip for men struggling with depression is to get their testosterone checked.Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:Kyle Sommers on LinkedInKyle Sommers on InstagramKyle Sommers on FacebookSommers Counseling
  10. In this episode, Em talks to Andy Waterfield. We talk through the concept of masculinity - what it meant in history and what it means in 2021. We tackle the subject of men's mental health and how this also intersects. Why do men feel less able to talk about mental health? How do our cultures and societies condition children into confirming to stereotypes of the gender binary and why? We discuss men's rights activists, male privilege and how we all need to try and figure out how we can prevent the mistakes of the past happening again in future generations
  11. This week on Life in a Schell podcast I have my amazing friend, Addison Brasil on the show. Addison is a Badass Creator & Connector, Producer, Mental Health Advocate and Co-Founder of Tethr for Men. Get ready to have your mind blown by Addison and his wisdom. He tells us his story, breaks down honouring your grief, and fills us in on Tethr for Men. Tethr is a peer-to-peer support community for Men, connecting Men with real conversations. #MentalHealth Come say HI! on Instagram: Christina Schell: @christinaschell Addison Brasil: @addisonbrasil @addiconnect @tethrformen @teambrotherbear PLEASE RATE/REVIEW ON ITUNES AND FOLLOW ON SPOTIFY Subscribe for weekly episodes! Thanks for listening y’all. Podcast produced by: Christina Schell Song: The Apocalypse Will Not Be Televised - T Bird and the Breaks
  12. What are barriers to men living conscious, compassionate, connected lives in their homes and communities? How does this apply to the race conversation? Guest: Addison Brasil, VP of branding for tethr, an online peer-to-peer support community for men. Follow us on Instagram Behind the Seen: @behindtheseenpod Mark Bauer: @BarkMauer Branden Polk: @BrandenPolk Tethr: @tethrformen
  13. Addison Brasil is a mental health advocate and Co-Founder of Tethr; a  safe, barrier free online community designed to enable men to connect with other men to support each other through the ups and downs of life.-Brace yourself and listen to one of the most tragic stories I have ever heard. Carl and Addison spend a couple hours unpacking how he turned tragedy into advocacy. -Connect with Addison & Tethr:Tethr on Instgram: https://www.instagram.com/tethrformen/?hl=enAddison on Instgram: https://www.instagram.com/addisonbrasil/?hl=enTethr Website: https://www.tethr.men/-#conversation #mentalhealth #suicide #trauma #friendship #mother #father #tragedy #adversity #advocate #powerful #lifechanging #therapy #tethrformen  #starttalking #surroundyourself #podcast #podcaster #vulnerable #open #honest #raw-Using the link below let's Buzzsprout know we sent you, gets you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and helps support our showhttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=303359-Use the link below and receive:Free Shipping, 10-Year Limited Warranty, 100-Night Risk Free Trial, Financing As Low as 0% APRhttps://allswellhome.mvvx.net/c/2583141/648916/9824-"Be the best possible version of yourself you can be!"-Become a Patron and get exclusive content, We As merchandise and  support the amazing guests and conversations we bring you every week! http://www.patreon.com/starttalking-Follow us on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter:https://www.instagram.com/we_as_starttalking/https://www.facebook.com/WeAsStartTalkinghttps://twitter.com/we_as_-Join the conversation & Check out We As...Start Talking merchandise at https://weas.ca/#surroundyourselfSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/starttalking)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/starttalking)
  14. Today on the show Carl and Gareth host Part 2 of getting to know the incredible team at tethr. We are joined by Matt Zerker, Co-Founder as well as Addison Brasil. -Mental health is critical to all of us and the team at Tethr created a  safe, barrier free online community designed to enable men to connect with other men to support each other through the ups and downs of life.-#conversation #mentalhealth #suicide #trauma #friendship #mother #father #tragedy #adversity #advocate #powerful #lifechanging #therapy #tethrformen  #starttalking #surroundyourself #podcast #podcaster #vulnerable #open #honest #raw #bully Visit their website and download the apphttps://www.tethr.men/-Using the link below let's Buzzsprout know we sent you, gets you a $20 Amazon gift card if you sign up for a paid plan, and helps support our showhttps://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=303359-"Be the best possible version of yourself you can be!"-Become a Patron and get exclusive content, We As merchandise and  support the amazing guests and conversations we bring you every week! http://www.patreon.com/starttalking-Follow us on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter:https://www.instagram.com/we_as_starttalking/https://www.facebook.com/WeAsStartTalkinghttps://twitter.com/we_as_-Join the conversation & Check out We As...Start Talking merchandise at https://weas.ca/#surroundyourselfSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/starttalking)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/starttalking)
  15. TRIGGER WARNING: This episode contains the discussion of mental health and suicide. Addison Brasil is the CEO and founder of AddiCONNECT, a service helping people build conscious connections and championing their personal and professional goals. Most recently though, he became the Vice President of Brand and Strategic Partnerships at Tethr. Tethr is the world’s first online, peer-to-peer support community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life. Join us in this episode, as Addison and I discuss his reasons for joining the Tethr team, his personal journey with mental health and some of the blocks keeping people from opening up and sharing their mental health experiences.   We chat about: - His mental health journey - The reason for starting Tethr - The male side of mental health - The two types of loneliness - How the app Tethr works - The alarming stats behind men’s mental health - The blocks keeping people from opening-up     Connect with Addison on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/addisonbrasil/ Check out Tethr at: - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tethrformen/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tethrformen/ - App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tethr-mens-community/id1508006137 https://www.tethr.men/   Connect with me on: - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stateshifters/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stateshifters/ https://state-shifters.com/workwithme   Join my Facebook page ‘Reprogramming Your Mind with Meditation’
  16. Addison is an active and committed mental health advocate after losing his brother to cancer, finding his father after suicide and surviving a fatal accident that killed a dear friend, and left him unable to walk for months, all before age 30. Attributing his ability to not only survive but thrive with PTSD and compounded grief to the value of coaching and connection. Addison takes every opportunity to urge men to invest in themselves, and their mental well being, long before a life event deems it absolutely necessary. Addison is also a co-producer and writer for film.  Prior to tethr, Addison founded and led his own conscious consulting company, AddiConnect, and has worked for and created a series of companies dedicated to creating meaningful content in a variety of mediums, including film and television. Addison also invented the S.P.E.E.D. test which provides companies and consumers transparency as it relates to sustainability, philanthropy, ethics, environment, and diversity. In memory of his brother, He also co-founded the Team Brother Bear Foundation which supports families caring for children with brain tumors. In support of fostering young talent and building health mindsets, he was CEO, Artistic Director and Executive Producer of the PrePro Artist Collective.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
  17. In this episode I speak with Matt Zerker, Founder and CEO of Tethr, a transparent community for men to safely show their vulnerability, whose wakeup call was realizing that being a high achiever could not protect him from nearly lifelong feelings of depression and even suicidal feelings that were greatly contributed to by his being bullied as a child. https://www.tethr.men/    
  18. What's going on guys, happy Friday. This week on the podcast Kyle sits down with Matt Zerker, the founder and CEO of Tethr for Men, to discuss the men's peer enabled mental health and well-being platform and how it came to be. The two also talk about their own experiences with mental health and how working with a community has allowed them both to heal while simultaneously helping others. It's a great episode and one we're excited for you guys to hear. What did you think of the episode? Let us know @lifesawreckpodcast on Instagram Follow Kyle @moorzyyyFollow Matt @mattyzerksFollow Tethr @tethrformenDownload Tethr: https://apps.apple.com/ca/app/tethr-mens-community/id1508006137   
  19. Welcome to the State Of Mind Podcast, where "We create space for “Conversations about Mental Health that Change Lives” by bringing you the “Stories Underneath the Slogans” Meet Matt Zerker, founder and CEO of tethr, "The world's first online, peer-to-peer support community connecting men for open and honest conversations about life.  The Hidden Men’s Mental Health Crisis Many men have internalized outdated and harmful beliefs about what it means to be a man. Emotional and physical isolation and the mental health issues that result represent the largest health crisis facing men today. Over 50% of men have less than two friends they can discuss serious topics with. - HeadsUpGuys.org 40% of men in crisis admit that they won’t talk to anyone, often because they feel like they have no one to turn to. - Prior Hospitals Group Currently, 75% of suicides are committed by men. - Movember We can help reduce human suffering one conversation at a time.  If you feel compelled, please share your thoughts, comments, and any wisdom with us.  hello@startswithme.ca  Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7hF7cLw2GY67eixRsW17Ge iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/state-of-mind-mental-health-podcast/id1444000432?mt=2 Subscribe YouTube https://goo.gl/P4L9hH Web - https://startswithme.ca/mentalhealthpodcast Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/startswithmementalhealth/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/startswithme_/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/StartsWithMe_
  20. My guest today is a true Men's Mental Health Advocate and the CEO of Tethr for Men, Matt Zerker. Matt shares his journey through manhood, the importance of peer to peer mental health support, while also being transparent and vulnerable about his own struggles and challenges with masculinity, and the toll that his personal and professional demands have on his mental health.
  21. It's here! The very first male guest to be interviewed on the NSB Podcast and it just so happens to be my long-time friend Matt who is a mental health advocate for men! In this episode we talk all about the importance of men's mental health, why men need other men to talk to, where to turn for support & how women can become allies in ending the stigma around men's mental health. Ladies, grab your guys & listen in - this episode is one EVERYONE needs to hear Matt Zerker is the Founder & CEO of tethr a men's peer-to-peer support community that is creating a safe space for men to share openly about their challenges. Matt started tethr after a significant life event sent him spiralling into a deep depression that he felt he might never recover from. During that period Matt discovered the power of a community of like-minded men who could hold space for each other and support one another through any of life's challenges. Through this experience he was inspired to bring this type of community to all men to help them connect more deeply with themselves and the people around them. Connect with Matt here: https://www.tethr.men/ https://www.instagram.com/tethrformen/ Connect with Kiki here: Msha.ke/namaslaybabe Instagram.com/namaslaybabe Facebook.com/namaslaybabe Facebook.com/groups/namaslaybabes Pinterest.com/namaslaybabe Anchor.fm/namaslaybabe Interested in NLP? Get certified here: http://www.tdnlp.com/t/NLPP?a=833
  22. EPISODE #69 - This Wonderful Wellness Wednesday – Mental Illness/Health Resources  I want to introduce the men to the newly created resource app designed strictly for men.  Co-Founder of Tethr Addison Brasil says that Tethr is the world’s first peer-to-peer support community app for men only.  He said it helps men with “everyday life stability.”  Did you know that 75% of most suicides are men?  This app has a feature called We F-ck With Feelings.  I also introduce Brandi Renee at #happinessunlocked YouTube page where she discusses several apps you can download to deal with mental health.  Her positive energy encourages you to consider looking into the apps.  Finally, NAMI’s CEO introduces you to his organization National Alliance of Mental Health.  They have resources for Frontline Workers Wellness, Information on Covid-19, Individuals with Mental Health Issues, Family Members and Caregivers, Veterans and Active Duty, Crisis Intervention, Advocate for Change, and Teen and Young Adults (check out teen/young adult audio on this podcast episode).  NAMI is in every state.  In a crisis?  Text NAMI to 741741.  As NAMI states “Because we are in this together, you are not alone.”  #Vote4MentalHealth. WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY?  LINKS BELOW FOR: APPLE, GOOGLE, PANDORA, AND SPOTIFY. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ladiespromotingtransparentadvocacy/id1526382637 https://www.pandora.com/podcast/ladiespromotingtransparentadvocacy/PC:52161?corr=17965216&part=ug&_branch_match_id=819557998249581330 https://open.spotify.com/show/5x7xSxWi2wj2UXPsWnZ0cw?si=peGax6j6SIumBT5tq7_hhg https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2xhZGllc3Byb21vdGluZ3RyYW5zcGFyZW50YWR2b2NhY3kvZmVlZC54bWw&ep=14 Sources: NAMI.org, #happinessunlocked YouTube Page, tethr.men, (NAMI REFERENCE):  1Kessler, R.C., et al. (2005). Prevalence, Severity, and Comorbidity of 12-Month DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbitity Survey Replication. Archives of General Psychiatry, 62(6), 593–602. Retrieved February 5, 2016 from http://archpsyc.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?articleid=208671   YouTube entitled: Addiction, Prison, Recovery and Love: Meet Kyle from the last tethr app event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhG_EOBNkxw https://www.nami.org/About-Mental-Illness, TMZ Live on YouTube Follow us on Twitter: @AdvocacyLadies Podcast Email: podcasthostshapta19@gmail.com Org. Email: Ladiespromotingtransparentadvo@gmail.com Podcast Call-in Line: 404-855-7723

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