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Can You Help Me Raise Money for My Good Friend, Former NBA Player Joe Pace? Please Support The GoFundMe Campaign That I am Administrating For Him.

Can You Help Me Raise Money for My Good Friend, Former NBA Player Joe Pace? Please Support The GoFundMe Campaign That I am Administrating For Him.

He called me right before Christmas and was talking of taking his life because he’s so tired of being taken advantage of, and people using him and he’s depressed and lonely https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-former-nba-player-joe-pace-with-dental?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1 Help Former NBA Player, Joe Pace With Dental $10,000 goal Give $25 today https://gofund.me/cd03d057 Your donation matters James Donaldson is organizing this fundraiser. Medical, […]

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – #Pandemic #Stress And #StudentAthletes

Juggling the #mental demands of being a college #athlete goes to a whole new level in 2020. Author: Connor Rhiel NORFOLK, Va. — “I don’t think there’s ever been a group that’s having to go through as much as this group right now.” #JamesDonaldson notes: Welcome to the “next chapter” of my life… being a voice […]

Listen to #JamesDonaldson talking about #MentalHealth on #TheTicket Dallas Sports Radio, KTCK FM 96.7 / 1310 AM. September 30th 2020

I did a radio show last week on #TheTicket Dallas Sports Radio on KTCK FM 96.7 and 1310 AM with host, #NormHitzges. Norm was on of the play by play guys, when I played for the #DallasMavericks, and now he hosts one of the most popular and award winning sports radio shows in the business. […]

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – Breaking The Toxic Combination Of #Sports And #MentalHealth

By Karl Ludwig It would not be a stretch to call 2020 one of the hardest years, collectively, for #Americans in recent memory. Aside from the obvious with #COVID-19 lockdowns and the more than 190,000 deaths (as it stands), racial tensions are at the highest level since the Civil Rights era, the sky above San Francisco […]

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – #Doctor Encourages Parents To Talk With #Children About #MentalHealth

This week is #NationalYouthSuicidePreventionWeek JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – This week is #NationalYouthSuicidePreventionWeek. During the #coronavirus #pandemic, the #AmericanFoundationforSuicidePrevention says, it’s important to protect our #mentalhealth and help those who may be struggling. Dr. Allison Ventura, with UF Health Jacksonville, is encouraging #parents not to be afraid to talk with their #children about #mentalhealth and start a dialogue […]

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – We Need To Talk About How We Talk About #Depression And #Suicide In #Sports

#StephenJohns revealed earlier this week he struggled with #depression and suicidal thoughts during his recovery from post-traumatic headaches and #post-traumaticsyndrome. But how this was talked about on local radio overshadowed his story a bit. By Taylor Baird@taylordbaird  #Hockey has a specific culture, one in which a player that plays through pain is turned into hero-worship, where […]

How many of you all know anything about Jim Crow? (Part 36)

In 1941, A. Phillip Randolph threatened to “March on Washington” if then President Roosevelt didn’t desegregate the armed forces and change government hiring practices. Under pressure to act, President Roosevelt passed the executive order #8802, which established the fair employment practices committee (no discrimination in the hiring practices of the defense industry). In 1948, Harry […]

James Donaldson Interview with “After ‘Homeschool” featuring Ann Davison Sattler (Pt. 5)

My advice to newcomers to Seattle. We need more good people who are willing to step up and lead.

James Donaldson Interview with “After ‘Homeschool” featuring Ann Davison Sattler (Pt. 4)

How I learned to “Speak Truth to Power”. It’s difficult to “stand for something, and not fall for anything”. But, you can do it!

#JamesDonaldson on #MentalHealth – Former #StudentAthlete Dies By #Suicide; His Family Uses Tragedy To Help Others

Former Bonneville High School #studentathlete Braydon Pugmire. | Courtesy Brad Barlow UCON — From the outside, 17-year-old Braydon Pugmire seemed like a typical successful #teen. He played on the Bonneville High School #football and #basketball teams, and he served on the student council. He was active in his Latter-day Saint congregation, he got his Eagle Scout rank, […]

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