On today episode we sit down with with some very special guest from the film "Unstoppable" . Unstoppable is a short story written by Julianna Greenidge. She wrote the story as part of her 11th grade English assignment. With the help of her teachers, she submitted the story to a writing competition. She was a finalist but did not win. Lead producer, Cecilia Mejia, was one of the reviewers and decided to take Julianna's story into a film. The story is inspired by Julianna's real-life battle with anxiety and how she struggled to express her feelings to her family and friends. The film follows an eccentric young black girl, Lottie, who is struggling with anxiety and depression. As she struggles to communicate her feelings to her friends and family, she starts to get overwhelmed by things she cannot control. She finds solace in her writing and creativity, but her fight to work through her emotions is interrupted by a classmate who continues to pick on her for being different. It pushes her to the very edge, to the point where she feels she has no other choice but to end everything - the voices, the fear, the ridicule, the sadness.
All relationships have their ups and downs cuz well, let's face it, nobody's perfect! And when there's mental health challenges involved, those ups and downs can add difficulty. So how do you support your significant other with mental health? What are the pro's and con's? We've got our guest Couples Therapist Mac on board to help us navigate this avenue! So vibe with us to find out more on Episode 5 of Me2RadioZone. Follow us on IG and FB @Me2RadioZone. Also, follow our guest Couples Therapist Mac on IG @ talk2mac_therapist and check out his website: Evolutioncounselingnyc.com
All relationships have their ups and downs cuz well, let's face it, nobody's perfect! And when there's mental health challenges involved, those ups and downs can add difficulty. So how do you support your significant other with mental health? What are the pro's and con's? We've got our guest Couples Therapist on board to help us navigate this avenue! So vibe with us to find out more on Episode 5 of Me2RadioZone What's else are we up to? Follow us on IG and FB @Me2RadioZone
May is Mental Health Awareness month and Alex and Keys had the dopest experience with mental health advocate Audrey Dimola! Audrey, a Queens native, is a powerhouse and a constant stand for the mental health community in addition to being a self published author. Shit gets real when Audrey takes it there with a powerful, authentic piece from her new book "Wildlight". . Follow us on IG and FB @Me2RadioZone to see what your mental health crusaders are up. Join the movement! . . #awareness #empathy #wildlight #advocate #warrior #support #thestruggleisreal #MentalHealthMondayz #mentalhealthcrusaders #wellnesswarriors # mentalhealthawareness #breakthestigma #weouthere
*This episode comes with a trigger warning, as it discloses details of experiences relating to sexual assault.*
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and Me2RadioZone is showing their support and raising awareness with "The Power Of Your Voice" founder Emily Randall. . . Emily, a sexual assault survivor, opens up about her experience, how it has affected her mental health and how she is choosing to thrive. To learn more about Emily and her movement, follow her on FB & IG @thepowerofyourvoice. . . Tune in and learn some stats and facts about sexual assault and how YOU can use the power of your voice as an agent of change. . . Want to be a guest on our show? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to follow us on Instagram and Facebook @me2radiozone for updates and let us know how we're doing!
Mental Illness is just a title. It is only WHAT you have, not WHO you are! Alex and Keys discuss the frequent use of mental health as a scapegoat amongst mass shooters and the reluctance around those who want to share their mental health status.
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We're back with Season Two of Me2RadioZone, and this time, we're doing things bigger and better!
Join us, as we give you guys updates on how 2017 went for us, how we've leveled up, and the fun things we have coming for you this year!
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