Today, I still struggle with anxiety and I may have it for the rest of my life. But I decided to use it as a strength. That anxiety pushed me to seek help at my breaking point and led me to see the beauty that is in advocating for yourself. My healing was through meditation and centering myself in the present moment. So, now I know it's okay not to be okay.
Uncover the story of a childhood marked by violence and the profound impact it had on emotional expression. Follow the author's journey of healing, guided by a mother's love and the transformative power of 'Where the Wild Things Are'. Learn the importance of healthy emotional outlets and lasting lessons that endure into adulthood.
In this personal narrative, a college student highlights their mental health journey, shedding light on the importance of early intervention. They advocate for children's resources like 'Big Head Bob' that teach emotional literacy at a young age, potentially transforming the future of mental health.
A character Bradley had been drawing since his youth, the big-headed, translucent-colored Bob is, above all, a tool for children to learn, among other things, calmness, growth, self-empowerment and confidence. With Big Head Bob learning to overcome his differences, and turn his weakness into strength, Bradley’s book is rooted in a growth mindset and is at its core a social-emotional learning experience.