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  • Todd Shearon | mindyourmind.ca
    entire thing still offering the story through both our eyes I even got our friend Cale Best to write his own chapter regarding his experience and involvement in our trip which helped make us successful He also wrote the forward What is it like seeing someone you love struggle with social anxiety disorder Honestly it s one of those things where you get used to the scenarios which are specific to the people involved It s hard to be sympathetic all the time and easy to just get frustrated instead But I m close to my brother and we ve lived together for years off and on I think the difference is that we ve talked extensively about the details of his problem so if anything I hope to at least have a better understanding and what would help the situation if I was with him when it occurs It s a support factor Part of our awareness is also to encourage people who don t suffer from anxiety to help someone they care about who does who won t get help themselves What was it like spending every minute of every day with your brother Brigham and how did it affect your relationship It was taxing on both of us But it also made us closer in the process We tend to bicker quite often but it goes away just as quickly as it might ve started We re brothers and that s what siblings do But seriously we had lots of fun together and learned more about each other in thirty days than we had in the last thirty years The hardest part for me was trying to convince Brigham I was always in control of the situation no matter how bad it was I just didn t want to break down in front of him It was really hard on me and I had lots of help There were a few opportunities throughout the journey that you could have packed it in what kept you going I always aspire to finish what I ve started This was important to my brother and it was important to me I had to see it through whether I wanted to or not I asked my brother to answer this question as well his answer is below Brigham I knew how bad my anxiety was at its peak moments and I know the things I ve missed out on in my life and how depressing it is If it could help anybody else I knew it was bigger than me So I had to do my best to keep going What did you learn about supporting someone with social anxiety disorder First and foremost I learned that you can never really know what s going on inside somebody else s head It s not humanly possible Nor can you relate unless you ve had a similar experience So it s hard for doctors to help without simply prescribing medication s Personal

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/todd-shearon (2015-12-28)
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  • A Wilhelm Scream | mindyourmind.ca
    and band member switches As it stands the 5 piece band calls themselves A Wilhelm Scream While on tour in Canada in between shows and enjoying some Tim Hortons bagels bass player Brian made some room in his schedule to squeeze us in for an interview mym volunteer Kayla discusses the band s name a little further talks about memories from being on the road and touring and also gets

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/wilhelm-scream (2015-12-28)
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  • Meaghan Smith (audio interview) | mindyourmind.ca
    and as part of Lilith Fair She is signed to Sire Records and her songs have appeared on soundtracks for the film 500 Days of Summer and the TV dramas Grey s Anatomy and Brothers and Sisters Meaghan is also an accomplished artist having studied at Sheridan College in Oakville in their prestigious animation program She still paints and draws extensively Meaghan connects almost daily with her fans using facebook Twitter Myspace and fanbridge com Meaghan lives with her husband in Halifax where she is currently painting writing a novel and writing songs for her upcoming record On songwriting Making up songs is sometimes like hunting at night It s a total shot in the dark but I figure if I shoot for the stars I just might miss and hit the moon On who would get to play Meaghan should someone make a movie about her life Liz Lemon Not Tina Fey Liz Lemon We are the same person On her favourite place I love touring Canada It is a huge huge beautiful country Questions by play pause stop mute unmute previous next Meaghan talks about how she overcame her crippling stage fright and worked through her anxiety Meaghan

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/meaghan-smith-audio-interview (2015-12-28)
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  • The Schomberg Fair | mindyourmind.ca
    that by naming ourselves the Schomberg Fair we would be honest to ourselves of where we come from and that this microcosm of a town is mirrored in almost every small town which many people can identify with The actual fair itself was quite a party too that went for a few days starting with a demolition derby on the Friday night We wanted to capture that same sense of excitement and destruction in our music and live performance that the fair represented for us Your facebook page reads At 24 Bahen cut off all of the fingers from his left hand in a work accident and had them reattached While recuperating he reconnected with high school friend Nathan Sidon and the two bonded over their mutual appreciation of pre war blues Could you elaborate on what you call the pre war blues Pre war blues is acoustic based primarily black rural music produced by the likes of Robert Johnson Charlie Patton Blind Willie Johnson Bukka White Skip James and so on What this music has which almost impossible to replicate is a crackling honesty and tension to it It sounds immediate and otherworldly and is incredibly bad ass It s an inspiration to us and I think that is evident in our music Matt obviously losing your fingers and having them reattached would be a life altering event for you What has that experience taught you about yourself What has it taught you about life That life is hard and bad things happen and that there is very little you can do about some of it What you can do is control your response to it and that is how you will be judged Also I was very lucky to have a wonderful support network that was very helpful

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/schomberg-fair (2015-12-28)
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  • Alan Blenkhorn | mindyourmind.ca
    going through a crisis in your life What led you to writing in the first place Do you read much poetry I started writing at first to vent feelings and frustrations It first started as journal entrees I would write each night and I thought it would be an interesting twist putting it to poem And no I haven t read much poetry I have read some of Mark Twain s work and feel a lot of his pain At what point did you consider publishing your work Did you have much support behind you I considered writing a book in hospital I would tell the doctors nurses and other patients I m going to write a book about all this A kind patient would say that s ok you re just manic I had enough support from family and friends but they were all very surprised with the outcome How has writing affected your recovery My writing has helped my recovery by giving me something else to think about besides recovery medication counseling and just getting through the day What would you recommend for someone in crisis in terms of coping I would recommend to someone in crisis to educate themselves with their diagnoses and be honest with you especially support people and loved ones This illness requires you to be completely honest to your feelings Have you found any other coping methods besides writing to be beneficial to you I find organized physical activity is very therapeutic In your poem called Admitting you wrote A shortage of beds Like setting off a bomb of anxiety in each patient s head Can t stay forever You ll have to do whatever Could you elaborate on what these lines mean to you The lines you mention are directed at the

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/alan-blenkhorn (2015-12-28)
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  • JRDN | mindyourmind.ca
    proving that right now U Can Have It All It s doing well Canada s really supporting it so far Now let s talk about the album You ve mentioned that the focus will be a little different from the first one and it will be about the women in your life Yeah you know there s family to it too though not just women but it is a lot to do with my relationships and growing up in relationships you could say Would you say that the women in your life have made a great contribution in your life to who you are both as a man and an artist as well Oh most definitely Definitely have It s hard to comment on that but I mean especially the ones that have been in my life over time In talking about love songs what do you think it is that keeps all of us hooked to love songs Everyone loves to be in love with love songs It s an emotion I think everybody wants to be loved and everybody wants companionship and needs love in their life so when you can share that as an artist express that through a song you relate to it no matter what it is especially when it s about love cause everybody can relate to love no matter what genre no matter what race no matter your ethnic background you know everybody can relate to love so I think that s why there s a special connection to love songs with people in general you know Aside from making music you also get involved in your communities in Toronto and hometown Halifax and participate in youth community outreach What kinds of projects are you involved in Right now I m involved in poverty events I m helping out with that doing a little bit of stuff actually you can go to the website makepovertyhistory ca and you can probably check me on there I ve done some stuff for Apathy Is Boring in Montreal but most recently like in the past three years I ve been doing little things here and there but the last big thing I did I went on a state visit to Central Europe with the governor general of Canada as one of his delegates that was two years ago two years ago in December we went out there were ten of us he chose ten delegates to go out and represent Canada and before that I was an Ambassador for Democracy 250 in Halifax in 2008 it was the 250th birthday of democracy in Canada I was an Ambassador for that and did a lot of shows towards high schools within Nova Scotia and did about 8 gigs with a full orchestra and stuff like that But right now there s more focus on the music cause in the last year a half two years we really go in and make some trips to Atlanta LA and

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/jrdn (2015-12-28)
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  • Sara Westbrook | mindyourmind.ca
    whined about going but she was smart She said I must have forgot to tell you There is NO CHOICE Best thing that ever happened because I learned it wasn t the circumstances that defined me it was my choices from those circumstances So I decided to take life one good choice at a time o During your life you ve had to deal with some challenges that some people have a hard time dealing with like your parents divorce having low self esteem and the death of your father Can you tell us how you were able to cope with these difficult times Each one of those challenges were difficult to push through but not impossible I realized that supressing my pain upset was only causing me more pain I decided that I had to embrace my true feelings By allowing myself to truly feel I could then release the pain move forward I couldn t always change the circumstances but I could change the choices I made Here are some exercises that helped and continue to help me to me to push through Journaling allow yourself to release feelings and thoughts by writing them down Don t hold back when you re writing Be honest with yourself This will help to release the clutter in your mind to let go of the pain and to help organize your thoughts I also like to write down what I learned from the circumstance what I learned about me about others or about the world Feel your emotions but choose not to live there forever It is interesting that when upsetting or devastating events happen in our lives the world doesn t stop turning because of them Your world may seem like it has been put on hold but life around you keeps moving onward This can be good because it can help motivate us to put one foot in front of the other and push through Pretending something painful never happened and ignoring the emotions associated with it is not healthy Feel your emotions Write them down It helps to do it everyday and when you choose to step outside and take on the day leave the painful event behind Only carry forward the lessons that you have learned Changing your focus we can all focus on what is wrong what is wrong with our friends our bodies our family our situations Focusing on that just creates pain desperation and frustration Choose your thoughts wisely Choose powerful uplifting thoughts Write them down Read them and keep re reading them Choose to focus on being grateful for the simple things in your life for example eyes to see with a child s smile your pet a favorite food You can create joy Keep your focus on how you want your life to be It can be hard at first but it will get easier Just take it moment by moment choice by choice Everyone has their own ways of moving through

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/sara-westbrook (2015-12-28)
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  • Frank Warren | mindyourmind.ca
    here Home Interviews Frank Warren Frank Warren wellness life experience personal growth behaviour acceptance avoidance denial and strength Gallery Video mindyourmind has an indepth talk about secrets with the founder of Post Secret Frank Warren Questions by mindyourmind Web Community Developer Silence Frank Warren talks about secrets with mindyourmind Was this helpful Yes No Submit Tags in all sections life experience 674 wellness 658 getting help 596 coping 500 self

    Original URL path: http://www.desempregados.com.br/interview/frank-warren (2015-12-28)
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