Jan 30, 2021
In this episode I am having a
conversation with Nate Glover. I met Nate when I posted in a
Facebook group that I belong to for a virtual reality poker game
that I play. I wanted to record an episode while playing poker.
That idea didn't really work, but Nate started listening to my show
and reached out and asked to be a guest. Below is a little bit
about Nate and why he reached out.
In 2006, I lost my brother Jason
to suicide. He was 19 years old. He suffered from paranoid
schizophrenia that stemmed from him being sexually assaulted by a
family member when he was 15.
Everyone knows someone that is
struggling with depression, but they often don't know what to do or
what to say to help them.
I feel it is important to
recognize that mental anguish is no different that a physical
ailment, such as cancer.
I'm proud of how I got through
some incredibly difficult times, and how I've learned from them. I
feel more prepared as a parent, and as a friend to anyone who is
struggling with depression. It is one of my life goals as a
Humanist to use what I've learned in life to help
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Show Notes Writer: Sean