Jun 28, 2018
Today, I share a story I don't often get to tell.
The story of my siblings and their heroic acts that saved my
life 30 years ago. Even more relevant: the 3 things we do
that allow us to remain close as we get older.
My friend, in honor of my parents 50th wedding anniversary, I'm
sharing an intimate look at my family, what we've been through,
what we've learned + what it might mean for you.
- As promised during this episode, here are a few past episodes
on which we discussed depression and mental health:
- Episode #46 with Dennis
Gillan: Break down the stigma around mental
health to better care for yourself, those you love + those in the
wake of suicide. Dennis shares how mental health claimed the life
of his brothers + what he's doing about it today.
- Episode #73 with Sue
Klebold: Sue is the mother of Dylan Klebold, a
shooter at Columbine High School in 1999. You'll be amazed by how
much you can relate to Sue, her family + her story. Sue shares
ideas to better manage mental health so we don't have to step into
- Episode #65 Mike
Robbins: Mike was a pro athlete before an injury
ended his career. Now, he's an author + speaker on emotional
intelligence, teamwork + leadership for clients like Google, NBA +
Harvard. Mike shares about his depression + the questions he asked to
discover that healing is multi-layered: body, mind + heart.
- 3 Things the O'Leary siblings do to stay
- Communicate frequently.
- Forgive promptly.
- Their success is not your failure.
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