The day is over and now let me give you a quick review of the Chapter Leadership Forum.
Here is my Chapter Leadership Forum Evaluation.
It’s now the morning of April 28th. Here in Chicago “celebrating” the Depression Bipolar Support Alliance’s 25th year of peer support.
Last night, I told told you about my mishap with my luggage and getting here. Well, in case you did not see or read my blog, I’ll tell you. My luggage zipper broke just before my flight and I had to tape it back together. You will be able to see it in today’s video blog.
Hello everyone… I’m in Chicago “celebrating” the Depression Bipolar Support Alliance’s 25th year of peer support. It’s Wednesday night. I wanted to make sure to update my new Psych Central Blog Buddies about the DBSA conference! Oh, and to tell you about my day. I thought a video would be best. So, here is my first Vlog (video blog).
I am so PSYCHED to be at Psych Central! But with all networks, there is a transition period. To some “Chato B. Stewart” and the “Mental Health Humor” cartoons are new.
The first knee jerk reaction is who in the hell would make fun of people with mental illness!!! What a Jerk!!! I agree 100%!!!
Fortunately, that is not what I’m all about. My goal is to use humor as a health coping mechanism. I truly believe humor is the best medicine. Yet, we all have varying taste when it comes to our own sense of humor. That is why I have my “Warning” above.
My mission is NOT to laugh at my peers but rather with them. Here is a good example of BAD mental health health humor written by my Blog Buddie, Alicia Sparks, on her Psych Central blog, Celebrity Psyching. While Reviewing the movie, Observe And Report, she asks the question, “Does The Mental Health Humor Cross A Line?”