9: Mental Health, Imposter Syndrome and Words that Destroy Families

With the most drastic changes to lives in recent years – lockdowns, job loss, school shootings and other topics – taking care of your mental health is more important than ever.

JP and I talk about our individual lives and the dark days that brought us to the breaking point where mental health became a priority. Divorce, foreclosure, job loss, death of family members and a bunch of life events can be easier to deal with when spaced out, but when compacted back to back, we talk about how it changed the way we looked at the world.

I wish everyone a very happy new year! 2023 is here.

Big Time Fresh, Bella Mars and JP are not professional mental health professionals, so the suggestions are based on personal experience. To the listeners: a certified mental health counselor/therapist etc. is where you should start.

For more information on Mental Health, here are a list of resources:



MentalHealth.Gov – Get Help Now

Call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org

Veterans Crisis Line

Dial 988 then press 1

Text 838255

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