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Mental Perk Vol 37: Comedy and Grief: Living in the Moment

June 19, 2024 Karla Hutcherson; Brandi Mock
Mental Perk Vol 37: Comedy and Grief: Living in the Moment
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Mental Perk Vol 37: Comedy and Grief: Living in the Moment
Jun 19, 2024
Karla Hutcherson; Brandi Mock

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Mental Perk welcomes Brad Newton, a former educator, an official photographer for the Texas Rangers, as well as an Improv Comedian with a mission. Brad talks about his experience as an educator as well as his amazing career with the Texas Rangers. Most of all, Brad touches all our hearts as he tells his story of losing his wife to a tragic death. Through Brad's enormous personality, he finds a way to manage his grief through comedy and connection to community. Brad is truly an inspiration with an amazing story telling technique... his words and humor show our incredible ability to heal in the midst of unimaginable tragedy.

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If you or anyone you know are struggling with a mental health issue, suicidal thoughts, or self-harm behaviors, please reach out for help, talk to someone you trust and connect with a mental health professional. If you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or hurting someone else, please call 911, go to your local ER or contact the national suicide hotline at 988. Mental Perk wants you to know "You're Worthy...We're in this together"

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Send us a Text Message.

Mental Perk welcomes Brad Newton, a former educator, an official photographer for the Texas Rangers, as well as an Improv Comedian with a mission. Brad talks about his experience as an educator as well as his amazing career with the Texas Rangers. Most of all, Brad touches all our hearts as he tells his story of losing his wife to a tragic death. Through Brad's enormous personality, he finds a way to manage his grief through comedy and connection to community. Brad is truly an inspiration with an amazing story telling technique... his words and humor show our incredible ability to heal in the midst of unimaginable tragedy.

Support the Show.

If you or anyone you know are struggling with a mental health issue, suicidal thoughts, or self-harm behaviors, please reach out for help, talk to someone you trust and connect with a mental health professional. If you are in immediate danger of hurting yourself or hurting someone else, please call 911, go to your local ER or contact the national suicide hotline at 988. Mental Perk wants you to know "You're Worthy...We're in this together"