I am a passionate advocate for those experiencing eating disorders. I hope by speaking about my own experiences in an open and honest forum I can reduce the stigma, encourage sharing and shut the door on fear.
On the 10th February 2021 I had the pleasure of speaking at Rotary in Adelaide in support of the global ‘Don’t Bottle It Up’ campaign.
Darren Hands, Rotary UK and Gena Richardson, Rotary Alabama, invited me to join this movement – so I did! This campaign launched in Devon and Cornwall, UK, in 2017. A group of Rotarians attended a conference where mental health topics were the focus. As a result, they decided to design their own website to share valuable information for those experiencing mental health concerns – speakers, resources, books, blogs, sources of help and more.
To appreciate what they are doing you may wish
to visit them here
The encouragement is for Rotary to get on board across the globe!
Podcaster, Thought Leader, and Global Influencer April Mahoney brings the heat to the airwaves when educating and encouraging Brains around the world to move on in action, care, and share knowledge, wisdom, and power to make this world a better place when you are dangling On the Edge. Come hang out …
for those experiencing domestic violence, trauma and/or abuse in their lives, together they designed this weekly show to provide valuable information regarding recovery from the impact these life events have upon us. Empowering sufferers is what they are all about!
Asked to assist them in promoting their series and upcoming world mental health day webinar, this can be viewed using this link.