- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Where Are They Now: Mental Health Hero: Kristin Selby Gonzalez

Drawing the many Mental Health Heroes was such a joy.  When I started drawing the Caricatures  back in 2010, I got to meet such wonderful, brilliant, encouraging, advocates and peers. Many I still follow via social media, their blogs, vlogs, in print. They have helped hundreds of thousands of peers.

Let us check in on some of our past Mental Health Heros in a “Where Are They Now?” series.
Where Are They Now: Mental Health Hero

Kristin Selby Gonzalez  (MHHero 2013)



- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Mental Health Heroes 

Here is an example of the Mental Health Heroes from 2010 - 2014
All the Mental Health Heroes I’ve drawn over the years and built friendships with are special to me.  Some I’ve had the pleasure to meet over the years. Other Mental Health Heroes, I’ve enjoyed...

- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Where Are They Now? Mental Health Heroes: Among Us

History of The Cartoon-A-thon
Heroes Among Us
The 2009 Cartoon-a-thon was an awesome success for my small blog.  I had a few regular sponsors and met many fellow bloggers they share.
"Living in recovery, while maintaining balance for Bipolar Disorder, he used drawing cartoons as a coping skill. Drawing cartoons about Depression, Bipolar, and other mood disorders for what he calls “a consumers point of view.” Chato embraces prevention, resiliency, and recovery for...

- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Poem: Hope

The following Poem was part of a creative blog post: How to Use Creativity As Way To Cope With Bipolar Depression. The creative process of writing the poem was incredible and helped me.  I focus on the "creative process" as more important than what I wrote or what I drew. (I'm sharing the poem only to share the process.)

Once again I want to add this warning:

"I title the poem HOPE, it has some dark trigger feelings so be warned before reading it."

Hope 


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