Valentine’s Day is this week, and last week’s show was all about finding love. As our regular readers know, our goal here is to educate, support and offer solutions. While we all like to think about the fairy tale aspect of love the truth is, sometimes relationships end…and the end is painful. On this week’s show we’ll be talking about breakups. We have psychotherapist Stephanie James and emails from readers. We’ll be talking about real peoples’ stories and getting real advice on how to move forward from a breakup.
1 in 7 women suffer from some form of Post Partum Depression (PPD). The symptoms range in severity and can appear at anytime in the post partum period. “Unlike the “baby blues”, PPD doesn’t go away on its own. It can appear days or even months after delivering a baby; it can last for many weeks or months if left untreated. PPD can make it hard for you to get through the day, and it can affect your ability to take care of your baby, or yourself. PPD can affect any woman—women with easy pregnancies or problem pregnancies, first-time mothers and mothers with one or more children, women who are married and women who are not, and regardless of income, age, race or ethnicity, culture or education.”
Yet another citizen of America has been awarded for their mediocrity and bad behavior.
The 49ers announced their team awards last Friday afternoon and Colin Kaepernick was the recipient of the Len Eshmont Award. This award is given to the 49er who “best exemplifies the inspirational and courageous play of Len Eshmont, an original member of the 1946 49ers team.”
Let’s talk a moment about the 49ers and how they’ve done this year under the leadership of Kaepernick.
This week we are focusing on Mental Health during the Holidays.
It’s something that many people and families struggle with all alone.
Here are some numbers that can save a life, offer support to someone who is suffering, or give a family members tools to help a loved one.
Make sure you tune in to our Mental Health show Friday December 9th 4pm MST or stop back later to listen to our Podcast.
Isn’t it amazing how a few well said words can change your view?
From a short bible verse to a simple text from a friend, one sentence can chance your attitude, your day, even your life.
We thought we’d try to start your Monday off right with a little motivation to move forward and be the best version of you!