Why is it that when we see another person suffering, some of us are able to instantly envision ourselves in the other person's place and feel sympathy for their pain while others remain indifferent and uncaring?
Everyday frustrations, disappointments, work-life balance, financial stress or grief can cause an individual to feel sad. People are entitled to feel and express sadness. Yet sadness It’s an emotion that helps us relieve stress, empathise with other people and makes us think about what we really want in life (more…)
Jake welcomes Carmen English, she is a immigration attorney in Reno Nevada. They discuss in depth how the process of immigration can affect an individual’s mental health. (more…)
Jake and Steve continues the discussion with Steve Barcia about toxic relationships in this two part series, as they close it off by digging deeper on how people use relationships to fill a void within themselves. (more…)
We welcome back Steve Barcia on the show as he discusses toxic relationships with Jake. They give insightful advice and tips if you think you are in a toxic relationship or if you think you were in one. Their discussion will give you a better insight on having a healthier relationship with others, your partner and yourself. (more…)
In this episode Jake discusses the Six Do's and Don'ts of talking about trauma and tragedy. These do's and don’ts can be used when talking to children and adults. (more…)
Mental Health Podcast Episode 5: Sadness
In this mental health podcast episode Jake discusses the emotion of Sadness. (more…)