No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health

The Artist

August 28, 2023 NoMagicBullet
The Artist
No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health
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No Magic Bullet Podcast - An Honest Discussion on Mental Health
The Artist
Aug 28, 2023
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SHOW‌ ‌NOTES‌ ‌

“I'm getting better and better at just saying, okay, that's just today.”

— Judy Singer

When major health challenges face us, it is crucial to gather friends and family around for support. That is what today’s episode of What’s In Your Toolbox: An Honest Discussion on Mental Health is all about.

 

In this episode, Bobby talks with Judy Singer about her cancer diagnosis and treatment, and how she coped with the changing abilities of her physical body. Judy is an artist and teacher by trade, and when she was faced with beginning treatments for cancer she had to make the difficult decision to not work on her art in order to retain her strength for chemotherapy sessions. Her friends and family were essential to her physical recovery, and her mental health throughout the entire process.

 

This episode is especially helpful for anyone who is currently undergoing treatments for cancer, who may need some new ideas and strategies to navigate the incredibly challenging mental health factor of treatment and recovery.

 

This‌ ‌episode discusses:‌ ‌

✔   Art as a tool for mental health

✔   Navigating fitness challenges after recovering from cancer treatment

✔  The importance of family and friendship during cancer treatment and recovery

 ‌  

Highlights:‌ ‌

00:01  Intro 

 

02:07  The Artist

 

00:00  Meet Judy Singer

 

03:53  How Bob and Judy met  

 

06:11  Art classes and curation  

 

09:45  Judy’s passion and career in art  

 

10:47  Judy’s physical and mental health 

 

12:09  Cancer treatments 

 

16:26  Creativity during cancer treatments

 

17:43  Physical fitness after chemotherapy  

 

21:02  Friends as a mental health tool

 

24:12  Judy’s Amazing Support Team

 

27:36  Healing

 

30:34  Wrap up

 

Links:‌ ‌ 

Judy’s Website: https://judysinger.ca

Show Notes

SHOW‌ ‌NOTES‌ ‌

“I'm getting better and better at just saying, okay, that's just today.”

— Judy Singer

When major health challenges face us, it is crucial to gather friends and family around for support. That is what today’s episode of What’s In Your Toolbox: An Honest Discussion on Mental Health is all about.

 

In this episode, Bobby talks with Judy Singer about her cancer diagnosis and treatment, and how she coped with the changing abilities of her physical body. Judy is an artist and teacher by trade, and when she was faced with beginning treatments for cancer she had to make the difficult decision to not work on her art in order to retain her strength for chemotherapy sessions. Her friends and family were essential to her physical recovery, and her mental health throughout the entire process.

 

This episode is especially helpful for anyone who is currently undergoing treatments for cancer, who may need some new ideas and strategies to navigate the incredibly challenging mental health factor of treatment and recovery.

 

This‌ ‌episode discusses:‌ ‌

✔   Art as a tool for mental health

✔   Navigating fitness challenges after recovering from cancer treatment

✔  The importance of family and friendship during cancer treatment and recovery

 ‌  

Highlights:‌ ‌

00:01  Intro 

 

02:07  The Artist

 

00:00  Meet Judy Singer

 

03:53  How Bob and Judy met  

 

06:11  Art classes and curation  

 

09:45  Judy’s passion and career in art  

 

10:47  Judy’s physical and mental health 

 

12:09  Cancer treatments 

 

16:26  Creativity during cancer treatments

 

17:43  Physical fitness after chemotherapy  

 

21:02  Friends as a mental health tool

 

24:12  Judy’s Amazing Support Team

 

27:36  Healing

 

30:34  Wrap up

 

Links:‌ ‌ 

Judy’s Website: https://judysinger.ca