Nominated by https://mentalhealth360.uk/
I would like to say thank you to Mental Health 360. I truly appreciate being nominated.
When was the last time you had a really good belly laugh and who were you with?
It was with my best friend playing a game of Cribbage. He was joking around that he needed a certain card to turn up, it did, not once but three times in a row. Well we both busted a gut laughing about it.
If you could change one thing about people, what would it be?
If I could change this one thing about people it would be the torment that they are going through with their Mental Health challenges.
What and when was the last exciting thing that happened in your life?
Oh my, I guess that would be last Christmas while watching the grandchildren open the gifts I bought for them. It was a Fire 7 tablet.
Where would be your dream destination and why?
I think it would be to spend time in Ireland. When I was doing my family tree I learned that my paternal great grandfather was from there. I would like to try to find there area of where he lived growing up. Maybe find some relatives even if they are several times removed on the family tree.
Who would play you in a film, the story of your life, and why that person?
Good question. I am not quite sure. To be honest I cannot think of anyone. It may be to the fact I don’t follow television shows or movies that are in vogue at the moment.
What does the term mental health mean to you and is this something you talk about in general?
Mental health, I guess it would mean a stable mental condition. When I say stable I think I would mean without the help of medications.
Yes, I talk about my mental health when it is appropriate in a conversation. Talking about it helps dispel the myths that keep people from seeking help.
Why did you start blogging and what’s the main theme of your blog?
I first started my blog back in 2011 to speak about Scripture. What I believed back in time, then the journey I have taken and why I have changed my thoughts on certain issues.
Somewhere I began speaking about my challenges being manic depressive, bi-polar. It grew from there.
I now refer to it as my “Journey to Great Mental Health”.