The recent suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, two successful and seemingly happy people have shocked the world; and they moved us to open up a dialogue about depression, suicide and mental health. Tune in for a needed conversation on what it means to be depressed. Hear the 10 things people who struggle with the depression wish you knew and learn how to support someone who is going through depression. This is a hard topic, but we hope you’ll listen. I think it’s something we could all learn from.
We didn’t want this episode to be based solely on our opinion. So, we reached out to our friends and loved ones who are suicide survivors or have struggled with depression and anxiety and asked them to share what they wished people knew. We’ll be sharing some of the things they want you to know throughout this episode. But will do so confidentially because this is a sensitive topic for many of them.
Thank you to our friend, therapist and business coach Kelly Higdon for collaborating with us on this episode.
Dayhanna Acosta is an energetic communication expert, a powerful speaker, and a dynamic educator who helps nonprofit and mid-size businesses scale and reach their target audience. Dayhanna is an award-winning entrepreneur. She was recently selected from a pool of thousands of entrepreneurs as one of the 20 On the Rise Small Business Experts with the Rising Tide Society. Acosta’s clients and students say she can turn mundane, geeky topics into something relevant that people can get excited about! Her company Chase Your Fears manages the marketing and P.R departments of U.S based nonprofit and mid-size businesses. Her team has extensive experience in Marketing, sales, P.R, media, and communications. Dayhanna was born in Colombia and she is proud of her Latina identity. She's obsessed with traveling, dancing, veggies, and puppies!
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