Men, Anxiety & Depression – Facebook Live

July 26, 2020 @ 5:00 pm 6:00 pm UTC

Men and women both experience depression but their symptoms can be very different. Because men who are depressed may appear to be angry or aggressive instead of sad, their families, friends, and even their doctors may not always recognize the anger or aggression as depression symptoms. In addition, men are less likely than women to recognize, talk about, and seek treatment for depression. Yet depression affects a large number of men.

Dan Furlong is the author of MAD – Male Anxiety and Depression where he writes about how he got break free from a twenty year long struggle with mental illness that could have ended very differently. By implementing the simple changes outlined in this book men are transforming the way they feel in a matter of months. He emphasizes on holistic changes one can make to heal brain quickly, without having to reach out for insidious medication and continual visits to the Doctor.

Join us in a Facebook Live with him, where he shares his journey and valuable insights for MEN to deal with mental health issues.

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How to get rid of anxiety for good? What is conscious parenting and how can teenagers overcome toxic stress? – Live chat on Facebook

July 5, 2020 @ 5:00 pm 6:00 pm UTC

Nearly 1 in 3  of all adolescents ages 13 to 18 will experience an anxiety disorder. These numbers have been rising steadily; between 2007 and 2012, anxiety disorders in children and teens went up 20%.

The reasons for Anxiety could be –

  • High expectations and pressure to succeed.
  • A world that feels scary and threatening
  • Social media

As a Family Therapist for over 20 years, Jodi shows people how to create practical miracles even in the most difficult times. She teaches Gen Z, their parents, and helpers how to find their “diamond confidence” so they feel worthy, empowered and in control. As an anxiety survivor and a mom of teens, Jodi totally gets it. Her TEDx talk, “Calm Anxious Kids,” and her bestselling book, You 1, Anxiety 0, are changing the way we understand the current mental health crisis. 

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How Can Meditation Rewire our Brain? Can Neuroscience be used to quiet our minds? – Live chat on Facebook

June 28, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

The adult brain is capable of physical change and rewiring. One of the widely accepted way to rewire the brain’s associations and emotional responses is meditation. Meditation encourages intense self-awareness of the mind for example: ADHD, Anxiety, Depression or PTSD patients trained to be mindful of their damaging thoughts and panic attacks.

Dr. Jeff Tarrant is the founder and Director of Neuromeditation Institute in Oregon, where he has combined Meditation with Neuroscience and Psychology. He is also the author of the book, “Meditation Interventions to Rewire the Brain.” He has also trained extensively in a variety of spiritual and meditative practices, including Zen, Vipassana, Taoism/Qigong, Arhatic Yoga, and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). 


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