shrink your troubles away. . .

 

Mental Health et. al.

If life's a drag and your mental health doesn't respond to the challenge, what would you do?

 

If you need some answers to puzzling questions, respite from unnecessary hassles, boost to your mental health, and solace from the grinds of daily life, you need a place where you can simply shrink your troubles away. Inch by inch. One step at a time.

We all know. Life is fun. And exciting. And an amazing adventure. But at times it's not as clear-cut and as cozy as we want it to be. In fact, it can get complicated, just like tying shoelaces with a bad back, or crossing the street in crutches, or running errands with no car, or cutting down debts while unemployed, or managing a business or a country amidst economic crisis, or simply pleasing in-laws that hate you.

That last one maybe the most intriguing situation to be in.

 

Life can get complicated, just like tying shoelaces with a bad back, or crossing the street in crutches, or running errands with no car, or cutting down debts while unemployed. . . .

When you throw into the mix some deap-seated personal and mental health issues, life can really get challenging indeed. Let's talk about this a bit.

You see. There are so many misconceptions about mental health and psychiatry; about psychiatrists (or "shrinks"), therapists, and counselors and those they try to help.

Despite advances in technology, explosion of information, and the social sharing phenomenon, issues touching on the brain and emotional health remain a mystery to millions. As a result, stigma doesn't go away, unfortunately.

Here at Shrink Your Troubles Away, I'll be your friend  as we explore the many, wonderful facets of personal and family issues, of mental health and psychiatry.

Seat next to me. . . let's have a chat. In my videos and articles, I'll try to make difficult "mental" concepts easier to understand and more “cool” to learn. We can talk about "nerve pills" or psychotropic medications and how they can ease misery, pain, and confusion. As well, we can discuss ways of reducing stress, anger, frustration, conflict. . . of enhancing abundance and happiness.

Dr. Michael G. Rayel

Each episode will be different from the next. Sorry, there'll be no suspense.

In essence, we'll learn from each other as we share easy topics to seriously tough philosophical ideas. For sure, we can sprinkle some humor along the way.

Sincerely,

Mike