Today we celebrate Thanksgiving in the US, an American holiday where we count our blessings, and in that spirit, I give thanks for my health and well being.
I’m extremely grateful to be able to say I’m happy and healthy and not fighting the mental health problems that nearly 1 in 4 adults in the United States will experience this year.
Many men find the stigmas associated with mental health lead to feelings of shame and embarrassment, which often prevents them from seeking help and taking action.
I’m very grateful for Movember, because they are working tirelessly connecting and funding the best scientific and clinical minds in the world. They are working towards two urgent goals: to fast track a time when no man will die from prostate or testicular cancer, and to rid the world of discrimination against men and boys with mental health problems.
The Movember Foundation is working tirelessly to rid the world of this discrimination and to ensure men and boys experiencing mental health problems know the signs and take action early.
In this post I describe the happy scavenger hunt for tickets to see a Covid-19 delayed concert with James Taylor and Jackson Browne. Note: This post was actually written in 2021, I just found it unpublished in my site, so added a few Firefly images and pushed Publish ...