Tag Archive | Family

#JamesDonaldsononMentalHealth – How To Check On #Family And #Friends’ #MentalHealth

How to spot when a loved one needs help for #mentalhealth, and how to start the conversation It can be tough to navigate conversations about #mentalhealth, but showing someone you’re there for them can be lifesaving. Author: Erica Zucco SAN ANTONIO — If you or a loved one is in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. If you are […]

James Donaldson on Mental Health – Suicide Stigma Can Be Toxic For Families, Friends Left Behind

James Donaldson notes: Welcome to the “next chapter” of my life… being a voice and an advocate for mental health awareness and suicide prevention, especially pertaining to our younger generation of students and student-athletes. Getting men to speak up and reach out for help and assistance is one of my passions. Us men need to […]

James Donaldson on Mental Health – Teen Suicides: What Are the Risk Factors?

James Donaldson notes: As I’m slowly getting on top of my physical health issues, I am turning more and more of my time and efforts towards mental health issues, especially pertaining to our young people and student-athletes. Having gone through a recent bout of depression and suicidal thoughts myself, I realize now, that I can […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Mental Health in Children and Young People by Dr. Sarah Vohra

I think a lot of you have heard by now, http://bit.ly/JamesMentalHealthArticle that I’ve been speaking out publicly as a voice and an advocate for mental health. Having gone through some serious mental challenges myself over the last several months, which included, depression, anxiety, stress and suicidal thoughts, now that I have “been there and done […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review Report: Martin Luther King Jr Speech – “Where Do We Go From Here?”

http://www.audible.com/pd/Nonfiction/Where-Do-We-Go-From-Here-Audiobook/B002VAEVBG/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1416181024&sr=1-1 I woke up this morning listening to the “Where Do We Go from Here” sermon by Martin Luther King Jr. It still amazes me how relevant his speeches and sermons are in today’s world, since the first spoke them over 50 years ago. The thing that most put a smile on my face this […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Dumped: A Guy’s Guide to Breakin’ Up and Movin’ On by Kurt Calum

This book, it’s a little bit “tongue in cheek”, and a sometimes lighthearted, sometimes serious look at a guy’s perspective in breaking up and having to move on. We’ve all been there guys, and our emotions range from one end of the spectrum to the other, and we find ourselves “all over the place” trying […]

Are You And Your College-Bound Child…. College Ready?

Ahhh….. Spring is in the air, and high school and college graduation ceremonies are happening just about every weekend. It’s an exciting time for students, an anxious time for parents, as all of those years of child rearing now come to the forefront, as you send your youngster off to college. Question is, are you […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Chinese New Years: Discover 9 Hidden Facts About the Chinese New Year that You Never Knew by Sharlene Snow

This was a fun, short and interesting read in regards to the Chinese New Year, which is celebrated not only in mainland China, but in most Asian countries around the world. It is typically held in early February, and runs almost throughout the whole month of February with vast celebrations, record-setting migrations of movement of […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Why Men Are the Way They Are by Warren Farrell

This is a really good audiobook in regards to “why men are the way they are”.  The book goes into a series of ongoing questions asking the questions, and then the authors are giving the answers as to why they think men are the way they are.  It’s a nice dialogue that goes back and […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – The F Word: How To Survive Your Family by Louie Anderson

http://www.audible.com/pd/Self-Development/The-F-Word-Audiobook/B002V0A9KI/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1413354712&sr=1-1 Now that the holidays are rolling around, and we’ll be spending more time with family than we might otherwise do, this would be a great book to read/listen to for loads of laughs.  We all have someone in our family that “would be exactly” as Louie Anderson describes in his family The book, “The […]


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