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Obituary: Chato Bartholomew Stewart – National Health Blog Post Month #NHBPM

Day 25 – Sunday, Nov. 25 Write about what you want to happen to your blog/community when you die. #NHBPM #NaBloPoMo Chato Bartholomew Stewarts fake obituary for National Health Blog Post Month

Chato Stewart:
 Chato Bartholomew Stewart passed on November  25th at 7:17 AM after victoriously declaring his victory over bipolar disorder and depression.While he suffered with many diagnosed mental illnesses, he was never one to complain verbally.  Instead, he found peace and joy complaining as a cartoonist.  Drawing his point of view dealing with MANY mental disorders and other mood disorders through his cartoon series: Mental Health Humor, The Family Stew and Over medicated.
Chato Bartholomew Stewart is survived by his wife Joan”Jawawa” their four children: LP, Sweet Pea, Precious and Belly.  He is also survived by a number of extended family members including 67 nieces & nephews. Naming them costs way too much for this fake obituary & would go against every principle Mr. Stewart has about spending money. His legacy, he wants to leave behind, is plain and simple: To live life and laugh!
In lieu of flowers, Mr. Stewart would rather YOU give him lots of money… 
Caption: Chato Bartholomew Stewart’s fake obituary

Day 25 of National Health Blog Post Month has a rather serious subject of having us write about death. And what we would want done with our blog or website if we were to die.  At first it may sound gruesome, but the reality is many health bloggers are posting about serious, personal health issues and the possibility of death or succumbing to the illness is more reality than fiction.

What I would like “to happen to my blog/community cartoons when I die?  I’d love them to be put into a book after my death then sold to benefit my family I leave behind.  I figure the residual income the Mental Health Humor cartoon book would generate should fall somewhere between three to four hundred pennies a month. My wife could buy pizza every other month for my kids.

I would also love it if my cartoons continued to bring  joy, a giggle and even a bit of laughter to my fellow peers long after I’m gone.

The cartoons should be shared online because as we all know, anything online will be there forever… THEN I would become immortal in… cyberspace.


Friend me on Facebook @chato B Stewart.



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Obituary: Chato Bartholomew Stewart – National Health Blog Post Month #NHBPM

Chato Stewart

Chato Stewart has a mission, to draw and use humor as a positive tool to live, to cope with the debilitating effects symptoms of mental illness. Chato Stewart is a Mental Health Hero and Advocate. Recovery Peer Specialist board-certified in Florida. Chato is the artist behind the cartoons series Mental Health Humor, Over-Medicated, and The Family Stew - seen here in his blog posts. The cartoons are drawn from his personal experience of living with bipolar disorder (and other labels). [email protected]

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Stewart, C. (2012). Obituary: Chato Bartholomew Stewart – National Health Blog Post Month #NHBPM. Psych Central. Retrieved on June 5, 2020, from


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