WHAT WILL THE AUDIENCE LEARN?
Even though October is Mental Health Awareness Month, at least they will get a preview on the key issues of Depression, Anxiety, PTSD among other issues affecting us.
EPISODE SUMMARY: (No guest)
I will review Mental Health Issues that have been previously discussed on Frank About Health and I will bring up recent research to be mindful of during the Fall and Holiday Season. I will also review books for the viewers and listeners available for purchase.
Tune in for this healthy conversation at TalkRadio.nyc
Frank hosts the show by himself today to discuss mental health. He brings up how it is mental health awareness month. He says how he will talk about mental and anxiety issues and try to live with a positive mindset. He says how we all have some experience with trauma. He says that’s why he does the show. He says speaking about mental health can be daunting but he would rather take the chance to speak out than do nothing about it. One episode he’s found very provocative is the issue of narcissism. He explains how it’s a personality disorder that’s a combination of one’s inability to live with trauma and not being empathic or understanding the other person's point of view. He says it’s the umbrella cause of many mental disorders.
He says that we are now faced with a sub-pandemic, which is the corresponding post traumatic stress that we are all living with. He talks about some of his past episodes and guests. He shares how he has a heavy level of stress right now.
He talks about some of his past guests again. He then talks about himself and how he has epilepsy, which is controlled through talk therapy. His trauma manifests in his dreams, but he has learned how to turn them around positively. He says how illnesses can be a blessing. He then visits and reads off of the TenSpot website. He explains how it is very important to have a good support system. He talks about how Judy Mandel will be on the show in two weeks and hears her story. He then talks about substance abuse. He then visits the TalkRadio website.
He talks about how he will pivot the show in the next couple of months. He then talks about how it’s our responsibility to manage and own our situations. He then talks about Grey’s Anatomy. He talks about how Jennie Swanson will be on next week’s episode to talk about equine therapy. He then talks about how he loves his podcast and talking about mental health because besides helping himself he also helps the audience. He quickly visits his Vimeo page before closing out the episode.
00:00:54.020 --> 00:01:23.749 Frank R. Harrison: ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to this episode of Frank about health. It is another show by myself. Well, basically not completely by choice. But we are all coming back from a very hot, long summer. We are all coming back from the worldwide pandemic in terms of opening up no more mass mandates getting our booster vaccines, and just living a newer future, which is what I've been striving to do on every episode of Frank about health.
00:01:23.760 --> 00:01:42.189 Frank R. Harrison: So today I want to talk just about that mental health awareness, and Phyllis is not here to join me this week, but she will be back next week she's taking care of some other business. But this is a good overview of mental health awareness month, as well as suicide,
00:01:42.200 --> 00:01:49.250 Frank R. Harrison: where we are now at the first week of September. A lot of students have gone back to school today and in other States over the last week.
00:01:49.260 --> 00:02:16.960 Frank R. Harrison: But we are now looking at. What are we going to do in this new normal that is developing slowly and for sure
00:02:16.970 --> 00:02:35.770 Frank R. Harrison: during this episode that may resonate based on your own personal circumstances, but they're not meant to dissuade you from continuing your ongoing quality of life. Care management with your primary care. Physician, your pharmacist, your specialized care for any treatments you might be going through.
00:02:35.800 --> 00:03:04.269 Frank R. Harrison: We're just here to offer food for thought and for the listeners out there. I understand Youtube is now broadcasting this episode. So any of you watching on our Youtube Channel that have any questions, By all means just plug them along, and I will try to answer them live on air. If you have questions after the show, you can email me directly at Frank or Harrison, one at Gmail, Dot Com, and I will definitely get back to you in in hours for within twenty five.
00:03:04.280 --> 00:03:19.329 Frank R. Harrison: Um. So basically, let me explain to you the main aspects of mental health that have been discussed on Frank about health. You may recall I've had guests come on talking about narcissism post-traumatic stress disorder,
00:03:19.400 --> 00:03:21.640 Frank R. Harrison: um, anxiety,
00:03:21.750 --> 00:03:24.340 Frank R. Harrison: burnout depression.
00:03:24.350 --> 00:03:53.979 Frank R. Harrison: As Well, as the other physical ailments that we've all had to go through in one way, shape or form. But there's always a mental health component, not just for the patient, but for those that are living with the patient, the family, the caregivers, the friends, the colleagues, any of the individuals out there that become impacted by one's own physical and mental health issues that continue to be maintained and continue to strive in order to live your best life, possibly
00:03:53.990 --> 00:04:05.370 Frank R. Harrison: day at a time, and I wanted to bring an overview to people's minds that when dealing with mental anxiety, stress Ptsd:
00:04:05.400 --> 00:04:13.490 Frank R. Harrison: it's a combination of reacting to someone else going through it, or a combination of reliving your own past trauma.
00:04:13.500 --> 00:04:31.989 Frank R. Harrison: And so I wanted to spend the next hour in each segment to break them down. Whether that means referring to episodes that I've done with my guests or my co-host phyllis with me disgusting about certain things. But i'm also to give you a preview of ways that we can manage our mental issues,
00:04:32.000 --> 00:04:41.730 Frank R. Harrison: our anxiety issues, and most of all try to live with a positive mindset that would do your best to minimize any depression that you have throughout your day.
00:04:42.690 --> 00:04:54.530 Frank R. Harrison: Um. First of all, if you all recall both Phyllis and I had mentioned a crisis line nine hundred and eight that went live in July. So if any of you are reaching out
00:04:54.540 --> 00:05:13.570 Frank R. Harrison: in the time of stress stress, suicidal ideation, please dial that number, and you will be connected. Live to someone who you can talk with, and they can counsel you and give you resources to go towards, to help you in preventing the worst-case scenario, I mean we're all here together
00:05:13.580 --> 00:05:24.689 Frank R. Harrison: to try to live our best life, especially after the last two and a half years, which I believe wholeheartedly. Everyone did not walk away from that.
00:05:24.700 --> 00:05:27.020 Frank R. Harrison: We all have some form of trauma.
00:05:27.110 --> 00:05:32.089 Frank R. Harrison: I'm doing this show because of my own experience with trauma,
00:05:32.100 --> 00:05:40.140 Frank R. Harrison: as anyone knows I have the lifelong illness of epilepsy which has been maintained and controlled.
00:05:40.150 --> 00:06:00.760 Frank R. Harrison: But I can assure you there have been mind altering and stress-related consequences of living life with epilepsy, and while it has made me become more empathic, and it has made me more aware of other people's illnesses that generate from comorbidities, as they call them.
00:06:00.770 --> 00:06:02.020 Frank R. Harrison: Um!
00:06:02.280 --> 00:06:11.129 Frank R. Harrison: It can be overwhelming to not only analyze it, deal with it, interpret it, try to process solutions for people,
00:06:11.400 --> 00:06:25.869 Frank R. Harrison: but not always are those solutions made fully aware in the patient's mind. So it can be a daunting process to try to bring mental health awareness issues in the forefront
00:06:26.230 --> 00:06:33.270 Frank R. Harrison: the risk of getting it reciprocated. It's like a fifty over fifty chance. Either people will understand,
00:06:33.280 --> 00:06:51.700 Frank R. Harrison: or they won't, and i'm willing to take that chance, because I know i'm standing for my objective, which is to help people in my own way, live a better quality of life. But what it really takes is anyone who is interested in finding the solutions that are available. It takes someone to have
00:06:51.710 --> 00:07:05.039 Frank R. Harrison: the patience and the mindfulness to listen to what is being said on each episode of Frank about health, and make a determination, if there is any value in it, to be taken, so that improvements can be generated for yourself.
00:07:05.890 --> 00:07:18.660 Frank R. Harrison: So One particular episode that I found very provocative in the through line of all the mental health-related shows that I've done is the issue of narcissism.
00:07:18.900 --> 00:07:25.770 Frank R. Harrison: I get asked a lot from family friends, and even just people on the street who've watched the show.
00:07:25.820 --> 00:07:29.120 Frank R. Harrison: How does anyone really define narcissism?
00:07:29.430 --> 00:07:39.329 Frank R. Harrison: Narcissism in the Dsm. The Diagnostic Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Psychoanalytic and Psychotherapeutic illness
00:07:39.510 --> 00:07:44.420 Frank R. Harrison: indicates that it is a pervasive and insidious personality. Disorder
00:07:44.590 --> 00:07:45.790 Frank R. Harrison: If
00:07:45.800 --> 00:07:47.880 a narcissistic patient
00:07:47.890 --> 00:07:53.150 Frank R. Harrison: was fully aware of it. They could seek actual medical treatment.
00:07:53.160 --> 00:08:10.480 Frank R. Harrison: But most people are not, and as such they do not get the treatment. And while we all say, through, you know, through conversation. Oh, that person is narcissistic, or you call them selfish, or whatever those are adjectives describing behavior.
00:08:10.490 --> 00:08:24.830 Frank R. Harrison: But to really understand narcissism, you have to kind of pull it out of the box and understand that it is a combination of one's inability to live with trauma. It is a combination of
00:08:24.850 --> 00:08:40.709 Frank R. Harrison: not being empathic or understanding the other individual's point of view, to try to balance and regulate their self-perception in order to connect to others. Narcissism is pervasive, because it doesn't
00:08:40.720 --> 00:08:43.789 Frank R. Harrison: just mean that the individual is stunted in some way.
00:08:43.799 --> 00:08:51.299 Frank R. Harrison: It also means that the relationships that you either come from or that you're trying to build, never fully develop.
00:08:51.380 --> 00:09:10.789 Frank R. Harrison: I just got more ready two minutes till our first break, but I wanted to point out that narcissism I bring as the first segment of this show, as the umbrella cause of many of the mental disorders that i'm going to talk about in the next forty five minutes, because the others are like symptoms. But yet
00:09:10.800 --> 00:09:22.040 Frank R. Harrison: narcissism is a personality and disorder, and as such it has symptoms of its own that manifest into other mental issues. But again, like I said before, we go on our first break.
00:09:22.050 --> 00:09:41.099 Frank R. Harrison: If anyone has mental duress or any concerns either dial the nine, eight, eight, number, or by all means email me at Frank or Harrison, one at Gmail, Dot Com. And I will try to provide you with resources to look for All right, ladies and gentlemen, we will come back and talk more about specific
00:09:41.190 --> 00:09:51.769 Frank R. Harrison: mental health episodes. I've done as well as issues to be aware of right here on talk radio, Nyc: and on Youtube. So stay tuned.
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00:12:04.600 --> 00:12:34.140 Frank R. Harrison: Welcome back, and i'd first like to extend a very big Thank you to what's going on behind the scenes. Dylan Nelson, who's helping to produce this show among the many others that I've done, I always forget to thank him at the end of this show, but because he's helping me being that i'm so low. Thank you, Dylan, for all the help that you've done over the past six, seven, eight months. However, it's been but more importantly, especially today, because I remember to everyone
00:12:34.150 --> 00:13:02.730 Frank R. Harrison: that had heard me once do a solo show on Covid, nineteen, and thankfully, it was audio stream. Only at the time. I think the network had to shut me down because I forgot to unmute myself.
00:13:02.740 --> 00:13:16.189 Frank R. Harrison: Um! So that all being said um again. Thank you, Dylan, and of course thank you, Sam, for allowing me to use the Frank about health platform to also extend some of what you talk about on your show. The conscious consultant,
00:13:16.200 --> 00:13:33.329 Frank R. Harrison: As you remember when we first reconnected. I had told you that I was motivated by things that you said in your book everyday awakenings, and I wanted to come back and bring back Frank about health, not just to talk about epilepsy, but to also talk about the impact that Covid nineteen was bringing to all of us at that time.
00:13:33.720 --> 00:13:50.190 Frank R. Harrison: But I guess what we've all been discussing, and is now coming to light is that as we have reopened, and as people are living their lives again as normal as possible since two thousand and nineteen. We are now faced with a sub-pandemic. Let's just refer to it as that, and that is
00:13:50.200 --> 00:13:52.470 Frank R. Harrison: the corresponding
00:13:53.070 --> 00:14:01.190 Frank R. Harrison: post-traumatic stress that we are all living with the reactionary anxiety that we have like? Do we wear our mask today or not,
00:14:01.200 --> 00:14:23.060 Frank R. Harrison: I know I myself continue to leave the house every day with my mask on, and when I see everybody else without it, i'm like. Oh, I forgot, you know. So I think all of us are still slowly regrouping and rebuilding. But I wanted to make everyone aware of that on this particular episode, and by reviewing some of the topics that I've had, so that you can also look back at those episodes
00:14:23.070 --> 00:14:47.009 Frank R. Harrison: and try to give yourself some refresher as to how to get readjusted, whether it's in the workplace, or whether it's in school, or whether it's with your families, or whether it's in traveling, I mean, we all have the issues with inflation and other economic circumstances to combat. But still there's no greater issue that we have to manage than our mental health and our body of life.
00:14:47.020 --> 00:14:57.019 Frank R. Harrison: So given that i'd also like to talk about some of the other episodes that I've had, and give thanks to those people who have either co-hosted with me or have been my special guest.
00:14:57.150 --> 00:15:11.909 Frank R. Harrison: One such person is Danielle Swanson. She was the individual who spoke to me on my very first show, both in two thousand and sixteen, and in two thousand and twenty one, where we talked about epilepsy and alternative healing methodologies, such as cannabis. But
00:15:11.920 --> 00:15:25.029 Frank R. Harrison: epilepsy has always been confused as something beyond a neurological illness. People have thought people were crazy, those suffering from seizures, but the only truth I can make in a statement like that
00:15:25.040 --> 00:15:36.099 Frank R. Harrison: is that while medicine, medical technologies and genetic technologies have proven that it is a neurological deficit that can be managed with medication.
00:15:36.200 --> 00:15:58.189 Frank R. Harrison: There is the post results, the post-hictal results. I'm. Living through a seizure that creates anxiety that can create paranoia that can create depression, but it does not mean that the epilepsy patient is the depressed patient. It means these are new side effects or symptoms, comorbidities that they themselves need to be treated
00:15:58.200 --> 00:16:14.739 Frank R. Harrison: with other kinds of care, whether it's other medicines or other doctors. You can also, as we all know, suffer from depression and anxiety without having epilepsy. So I want to create the natural divide there to show that when you're listening about a patient with epilepsy
00:16:14.750 --> 00:16:16.149 Frank R. Harrison: or autism
00:16:16.160 --> 00:16:25.609 Frank R. Harrison: versus a person with depression, There's the neurological patient and the psychological patient, and they are not always the same.
00:16:26.100 --> 00:16:54.059 Frank R. Harrison: Another person is her father, James Swanson. He has been on the show talking with us about healthcare innovations and technologies and genetic testing, like Crispr that has been able to understand that there are ways to manage and control, not only these neurological disorders, but also some of the psychological ones. What it means to me, especially as someone like James, who's been able to bring that to light on several episodes
00:16:54.070 --> 00:17:11.239 Frank R. Harrison: is that we are in control of our mental health. We're just mostly not aware of it, and i'm hoping that this episode in particular will bring information to your awareness that you can take charge and make sure you manage your mindset, and always switch it to the positive,
00:17:11.250 --> 00:17:25.680 Frank R. Harrison: no matter how hard it is, especially after years of habitual leaning towards the depressing side. Sally Kalksma, who's been on the show many times. We'll talk about Debbie Downers. You, don't You're not born in Debbie Down you learn to become,
00:17:25.690 --> 00:17:31.739 Frank R. Harrison: And so, but hopefully, I can give you its nuggets of thought of how to make yourself
00:17:31.770 --> 00:18:01.209 Frank R. Harrison: become aware when you're being a Debbie Downer, and bring yourselves back into the energy and the healing space, not just yourself, but for those that are also dealing with challenges that you can communicate effectively through your words, through example, through your own examples of healthcare challenges you face. So, therefore, when we all gathered together in a community of healing like what talk radio Nyc does with its various shows that cover different health care and business and
00:18:01.220 --> 00:18:15.710 Frank R. Harrison: animal um, animal training and animal lovers shows. I mean, we're talking about just creating that talking alternative to have a better mindset into your health and wellness. Now,
00:18:15.720 --> 00:18:42.129 Frank R. Harrison: that reminded me of George and Dow, who's been on this show, and she comes from a spiritual and religious approach, being that she has also used that in her psychotherapy, psychotherapeutic treatments. But the thing is, it points out that everyone has their own different way of managing their mental health issues. We always want to strive to get the information needed to get our mind to see clearly.
00:18:42.670 --> 00:18:51.189 Frank R. Harrison: That is what we're feeling an interpretation, a perception, an illusion? Or is it a measure,
00:18:51.200 --> 00:18:57.509 Frank R. Harrison: a real problem that's not being fought out or not being dealt with as clear as hustle
00:18:57.520 --> 00:19:26.439 Frank R. Harrison: as you know when we do shows, together like with Phyllis, my co-host. She helps me bring in the medical aspects to various disorders that I've talked about i'm not licensed as an Md. Or or even as a clinical, so social worker or psychologist. But I have the training and the research experience and working with someone like Phyllis, or even any of the guests that have been on the show with us. I'm. Able to create the bigger picture to share with all of you out there.
00:19:26.990 --> 00:19:48.099 Frank R. Harrison: We all have to be aware that during the next four months in particular, because that's the turnover in two thousand and twenty three. When a lot of pandemic related legislation and restrictions are slowly being lifted, we're going to enter two thousand and twenty-three hopefully in a new open-minded
00:19:48.110 --> 00:20:06.949 Frank R. Harrison: community, you know with no restrictions that we've had since March of two thousand and twenty. But I would say that this gives us a window to make all the preparations ready to be as well balanced and focused as possible as we go into the New Year. Another person I need to thank is Rita Gray.
00:20:06.960 --> 00:20:32.599 Frank R. Harrison: Rita Gray is a dear friend of mine that has stemmed from my my experience of the entertainment industry, not to mention her experience in advocating on different health care issues for seniors and um also being an advocate for people that are limited with the knowledge of technology, or even how to handle their own healthcare management issues. But Rheta grade, she she's an individual that just,
00:20:32.610 --> 00:20:41.089 Frank R. Harrison: you know, illuminates the room when she talks, and when she also performs on her Tik Tok series, which is called Retirement House, by the way,
00:20:41.100 --> 00:20:48.330 Frank R. Harrison: or just in general she is a beacon where she can inspire you to start thinking for yourself
00:20:48.340 --> 00:21:08.720 Frank R. Harrison: and ah, i'm! Hopefully going to have her come back in a few weeks, but that's yet to be determined. Katherine Chadwick, who was able to talk about the sunshine quotient. There is not a day that goes by where I don't breath in the sunlight to help keep my stress levels at a bare minimum, because currently I am dealing with some heavy levels of stress,
00:21:08.730 --> 00:21:18.680 Frank R. Harrison: both ah, personally as well as professionally. But it is because of those techniques that I've learned and to end in doing the show that I am able to regulate,
00:21:18.690 --> 00:21:36.280 Frank R. Harrison: keep, focused, and keep to the task, you know. So these are examples that I want to share with all of you to go back and look at these series of shows that I've done, and then get yourself aware of how you can manage your health care in the long term, especially in the New Year.
00:21:37.000 --> 00:21:47.599 Frank R. Harrison: Eric Saver, who has a show on Talk Radio, Nyc: He is employment law. Today. We had at the beginning of the year talked about a post Covid world
00:21:47.610 --> 00:22:03.630 Frank R. Harrison: in the workplace, and, in fact, there was a blog that I saw recently that I've already introduced to him about having a show on which we are going to do, probably going to do it in a couple of weeks. I'm waiting for confirmation on that. But the reason why i'm giving him thanks is because,
00:22:03.800 --> 00:22:13.730 Frank R. Harrison: even though he's a lawyer, and he's definitely focused on the workplace and the workplace laws that are being changed and adjusted, especially in a Hybrid or post-covid world.
00:22:13.870 --> 00:22:18.210 Frank R. Harrison: He's also coming from a health care perspective. If you think about it, because
00:22:18.220 --> 00:22:33.930 Frank R. Harrison: how else can you have empathy for your workers unless you're not thinking of their overall health care. And outside of the office, you know. So those kinds of personalities are what talk Radio Nyc is offering, and I recommend highly. You watch this show,
00:22:34.220 --> 00:22:43.660 Frank R. Harrison: Connie Coral, who came in through Phyllis, who talked about Riki healing, and of course, Sam Libowitz, who talked about energy healing with his practice. Double diamond wellness.
00:22:43.670 --> 00:23:12.930 Frank R. Harrison: Those individuals I continue to get inspired by, because it is allowing me to communicate to you guys, that it is in our hands how we want to see the world, even when we're sick, or even when we're dealing with challenges that sometimes are thrust upon us by other people. What we have to do is just keep focused day today, today, and hopefully, in the next half hour after we return from our second ring. I will show you some resources that you can turn to as well.
00:23:13.570 --> 00:23:18.710 Frank R. Harrison: Allison Penny, who came last week as a rerun
00:23:18.720 --> 00:23:37.060 Frank R. Harrison: from a show on Nlp: We'll actually be here as well in a few weeks on an updated show, and I want to thank her for. Last week we had double the amount of viewers last week than we did when we originally aired so definitely. Her techniques are. They're helping me, and i'm sure they're they're helping our viewers out there as Well,
00:23:37.710 --> 00:23:57.199 Frank R. Harrison: I mentioned Sally Cosma um earlier. I would be remiss if I don't mention her two co-hosts that were on our special two-hour show we did a few weeks ago, Christine Kanti and Angelou Gindarelli. They are three of them are on a mission for all of us to look at our health and wellness as a challenge,
00:23:57.210 --> 00:23:58.780 Frank R. Harrison: as inspiration
00:23:58.790 --> 00:24:12.299 Frank R. Harrison: as ah, as an opportunity, and one of the things that we are all burdened by in being able to overcome resistance and overcome those challenges is fear,
00:24:12.310 --> 00:24:28.289 Frank R. Harrison: and each of them have said in their own way, how they've overcome or used it as a catalyst to create courage, you know. So for that reason alone, I have already gotten the alert. We're headed for another rate. I want all of you out there to remember the names that I've mentioned
00:24:28.300 --> 00:24:48.290 Frank R. Harrison: as motivators, inspirers, influencers, and of course there's always me, Frank Harrison, Frank R. Harrison. I hope I've been one as well so stay tuned as we continue this special episode on mental health awareness right here on talk, radio and Yc. And on the Youtube Channel. The talking alternative broadcasting page.
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00:26:47.590 --> 00:27:03.660 Frank R. Harrison: hey? Everybody and welcome back a few other shout-outs. I wanted to thank, of course, Phyllis Quinlan for always being here. Dr. Dorothy Martin Neville for being here. Salonka Azota, who came on to talk about her son, who was living a very successful life with autism.
00:27:03.670 --> 00:27:31.729 Frank R. Harrison: Um! She's also talked about her living with Ptsd. And how she's been able to construct a very ah, a relatively successful life for her and her family. Again, these are influencers and people, both in my life as well as have been on the show that are showing that while we all deal with our own mental issues, whatever they may be, we can work with them rather than work against them, or feel defeated by them. Um, I guess I should talk about myself
00:27:31.740 --> 00:27:36.839 Frank R. Harrison: what I do suffer from, and I've been clinically diagnosed. Besides, epilepsy
00:27:36.850 --> 00:27:44.450 Frank R. Harrison: is a form of Ptsd. Known as Mdd. Major Depressive disorder. Mine is controlled, not through medication.
00:27:44.460 --> 00:28:02.219 Frank R. Harrison: It's actually controlled through some form of talk therapy, which I also engage on this show indirectly. I mean, it's just through the conversing of these issues that i'm able to actually leave in a very calm state of mind what it does Is it brings to awareness what's constantly ruminating in my mind.
00:28:02.230 --> 00:28:05.870 Frank R. Harrison: Now, Mdd. Is not as
00:28:06.060 --> 00:28:08.060 Frank R. Harrison: dangerous or
00:28:08.130 --> 00:28:15.790 Frank R. Harrison: fear-provoking as Ptsd full-blown ptsd where people are actually taken back to the traumatic event
00:28:16.590 --> 00:28:23.889 Frank R. Harrison: my Mdd. Manifests in my dreams where stories are told that show that horrible things are happening to me.
00:28:23.900 --> 00:28:29.879 Frank R. Harrison: But I've learned how to interpret them as messages based on things that have happened to me,
00:28:29.890 --> 00:28:48.600 Frank R. Harrison: and turn them around as answers to questions that may be related to my family life or my personal professional life, or I've been able to construct them into narratives that have been able to enable that have enabled me to live a very productive life
00:28:48.610 --> 00:29:00.520 Frank R. Harrison: to this point, especially during the Covid pandemic. Now Md. Sometimes can be considered, and I think Sally once said this on one of our shows together as a blessing,
00:29:00.690 --> 00:29:08.830 Frank R. Harrison: although she was told that her cancer was a blessing. Where she and I are both correct is that when you look at your
00:29:08.870 --> 00:29:18.319 Frank R. Harrison: illness, mental or physical illness, as a blessing. You've already set the stage for your own mind to look at the challenge accepted,
00:29:18.330 --> 00:29:38.970 Frank R. Harrison: and then work with it and combat the challenges to make things happen even better for yourself than they would have happened if you were already living with one hundred percent great health. And of course i'm not saying you want to be unhealthy in order to live a very successful life. But what i'm saying is, it adds to the challenge,
00:29:38.980 --> 00:30:02.549 Frank R. Harrison: and there are challenges that are met, or roadblocks to meeting your goals when faced with illness. But if you put your energy and mindfulness into looking at that as an ingredient in your end goal, you can accept it, work with it, and maintain the best quality of life possible. It's not a guarantee, but it takes continued
00:30:02.780 --> 00:30:20.090 Frank R. Harrison: vigilance and focus and and commitment to look at every fear-provoking thought and issue And situation. As Okay. Now, how do I fight this? And how do I make this happen, and work for me rather than against me?
00:30:20.160 --> 00:30:21.460 Frank R. Harrison: Um!
00:30:21.620 --> 00:30:38.560 Frank R. Harrison: The other thing I wanted to show was I mentioned earlier in Eric Sarber and the employment law today show. Ah, I have here in the blog that we're going to talk about, but I wanted to renew quote from it. So i'm going to flip the screen here for a second and
00:30:39.620 --> 00:30:41.620 Frank R. Harrison: show you what the blog says.
00:30:46.110 --> 00:30:47.460 Frank R. Harrison: Okay,
00:30:47.610 --> 00:30:55.070 Frank R. Harrison: there it is how to implement mental health awareness in a remote or hybrid workplace.
00:30:55.140 --> 00:31:06.109 Frank R. Harrison: Stress and anxiety are unfortunately a part of your employees lives. But when these feelings become chronic or overwhelming, they can have a huge effect on their physical and mental health,
00:31:06.390 --> 00:31:20.619 Frank R. Harrison: and then it talks about Covid nineteen and what it has done, and statistically to a lot of employees and adults. But I think one of the things that we're going to talk more on. A later show is about mental health awareness programs,
00:31:20.630 --> 00:31:33.340 Frank R. Harrison: as the quote says, did not need to be limited to in-person work environments. In fact, mental health awareness may be even more important in a remote workplace where employees often feel more isolated. So
00:31:33.350 --> 00:31:41.720 Frank R. Harrison: we're going to be talking about how to create a culture of awareness around mental health and remote or hybrid workplace,
00:31:41.730 --> 00:31:55.200 Frank R. Harrison: and that is something that everyone can now understand. If they've heard about zoom fatigue, I mean, can you imagine the students, our children that had to go to school for a year.
00:31:56.120 --> 00:32:01.329 Frank R. Harrison: Oh, I just got a question. Some people feel that they are beaten down
00:32:01.670 --> 00:32:03.040 Frank R. Harrison: over
00:32:03.330 --> 00:32:33.320 Frank R. Harrison: and over again, so they avoid seeking help. But sometimes you need to seek help so that someone else can fight with you and for you absolutely. The thing is is that we all need advocates. Now all of us have doctors, and sometimes therapists and other kinds of medical professionals that help us with our issues. But they're not always coming from an advocacy approach, especially when you're one of who knows how many patients they see in a given day, a given
00:32:33.330 --> 00:33:02.050 Frank R. Harrison: week, a given month. That's why it's it's very important to have a very good support system with family and good friends that are empathic and understand whatever issues you're dealing with, and you can really spend the time to talk with you, and if you don't have that and a lot of people during Covid nineteen, we're not able to have that. That's what talking alternative broadcasting has been able to do, especially on here, on Frank, about health as well as on
00:33:02.060 --> 00:33:15.940 Frank R. Harrison: the conscious consultant hour. And you know there are other shows during the week that, like I mentioned Eric's, so I also mentioned um pals by Tommy D. And I know Valerie is on it as well, but
00:33:15.950 --> 00:33:28.860 Frank R. Harrison: they continue to have animal advocacy programs. And so when people feel that they are beaten down, I know the tendency is to just kind of give up or
00:33:29.010 --> 00:33:34.099 Frank R. Harrison: just escape even looking. That's the wrong time to think that way.
00:33:34.150 --> 00:33:43.509 Frank R. Harrison: Whenever anybody is feeling beaten down by the restrictions or limitations that are sometimes imposed upon them by others or other environments.
00:33:43.850 --> 00:34:12.870 Frank R. Harrison: That's the time to reach out, and I gave earlier the nine hundred and eighty, eight number. But I also mentioned, you know. Send me an email, Frank R. Harrison won at Gmail Dot Com. In fact. Uh, before the show ends, I will show you other aspects of how you can reach out to me, and I can be a sounding board. I'm. I'm more than happy to answer any questions that anyone has, while the show is not on air. Um! And again I also have archives all my previous shows on my website, so you can all
00:34:12.880 --> 00:34:18.770 Frank R. Harrison: watch them again, and I know, talk Radio Nyc continues to encore them as well. But
00:34:18.800 --> 00:34:27.539 Frank R. Harrison: Frank about health was designed as a platform to provide to you the listener and viewer out there a sounding board,
00:34:27.550 --> 00:34:46.089 Frank R. Harrison: especially if you don't feel that you have one. So i'm hoping that this episode is making that more clear. I mean, I've been on the. I've been in the air over a year now, but I want to be able to make it. Make sure that everyone out there who's watching today knows they can continue to reach out, even if I am not on there.
00:34:46.100 --> 00:35:00.880 Frank R. Harrison: Um back to the blog that I showed the whole workplace culture issue is, i'm sure something that Eric Sarver can chime in on, and we will definitely devote an episode on that blog among other related issues in the coming weeks.
00:35:00.950 --> 00:35:09.550 Frank R. Harrison: What else can I tell you? I think you're going to find a very interesting
00:35:09.560 --> 00:35:24.009 Frank R. Harrison: Both Phyllis and I have been looking for a show on addiction. We found someone Judy Mandel, who wrote the book White Flag, New York Times Bestseller. Actually, she will be on the show in two weeks,
00:35:24.020 --> 00:35:30.390 Frank R. Harrison: and we're going to hear about her story, not her, but it was her.
00:35:30.660 --> 00:35:35.310 Frank R. Harrison: I think it was her niece that suffered from addiction. It was a family member.
00:35:35.570 --> 00:35:37.339 Frank R. Harrison: Um,
00:35:38.230 --> 00:36:00.620 Frank R. Harrison: and It was an understanding of generational trauma that led to the addiction that occurred with her niece. It is a very interesting book to read. I don't want to give, any more than I need to, because that is going to be a dedicated show about the book and about the whole story involving Judy Mantel's family number. But ah!
00:36:00.630 --> 00:36:16.090 Frank R. Harrison: And the reason why I bring that up is because addiction is a symptom of mental problems, mental anxieties, mental depression, trauma unresolved trauma in inability to talk about it or express it, and ruminating over it.
00:36:16.100 --> 00:36:44.690 Frank R. Harrison: It leads people to try to find escape routes when they don't have the resources or the availability to be mindful of what it is that they're going towards. Sometimes people choose through alcohol or drug addiction, or like we've had a a a a, a, a not oxycoda, but it's a a opioid crisis in our nation. Um I I don't know if it was elevated during the Covid nineteen pandemic. But
00:36:44.700 --> 00:36:52.930 Frank R. Harrison: when people choose to turn to substance, abuse, or they they get addicted to substances
00:36:52.940 --> 00:37:05.629 Frank R. Harrison: that is in itself an illness in itself. Addiction is an illness, but one can infer that it generated from emotional trauma, or some kind of unresolved mental health issue.
00:37:05.640 --> 00:37:14.319 Frank R. Harrison: And so I look forward to having that that guest, and that guest will be interviewed by me and Phyllis Quinton. And,
00:37:14.330 --> 00:37:26.779 Frank R. Harrison: like I, said, one of the aspects of the show, especially during these next three to four months is to bring mental health awareness into the forefront, as we prepare for two thousand and twenty three,
00:37:26.790 --> 00:37:28.660 Frank R. Harrison: you know, and um,
00:37:29.510 --> 00:37:46.519 Frank R. Harrison: I guess i'm pivoting the show to be focused on the future. We we can only talk about Covid so much, and I have had repeated shows on specific illnesses. But again. The whole aspect is to be mindful of how to work with death.
00:37:46.530 --> 00:37:53.940 Frank R. Harrison: Not feel that you know you're blocked by it, and therefore will not find the solution. So
00:37:54.160 --> 00:38:01.200 Frank R. Harrison: I also wanted to show you all some other information which I'm going to share the screen again.
00:38:04.370 --> 00:38:06.239 Frank R. Harrison: And that is
00:38:06.400 --> 00:38:32.860 Frank R. Harrison: the blog that I have posted on talk radio and Nyc. A lot of them summarize episodes that have been on the show over the past year. But if you go to this link. Well, actually, if you go to talk radio and Nyc and click on the blog link, you'll see that I have four blogs there, and the most recent is called The Future is healthy. That was posted three weeks ago. That is, giving pretty much a review or a preview
00:38:32.870 --> 00:38:52.639 Frank R. Harrison: of how i'm going to be communicating on future episodes of this show, where each of our guests that come on. We'll be talking about various mental health issues like I mentioned earlier the addiction issue. Ah, but we're going to be showing ways of changing your mind about it.
00:38:52.650 --> 00:38:57.709 Frank R. Harrison: How to resolve or live a healthier life with whatever those problems are,
00:38:57.720 --> 00:39:16.480 Frank R. Harrison: so I would say definitely, Go ahead and check those blogs, and if you have any questions, you can then go into my page, which is Frank R. Harrison, Dot Com. And you'll see that I have a blog link as well, which is a direct copy of what I posted on talk radio Dot Nyc. But there's also a contact date
00:39:16.490 --> 00:39:31.889 Frank R. Harrison: which is a redirect to my email, Frank R. Harrison, one at Gmail Com. You put your name, your email address and the message to me. I think I have to do this verification here and submit, and I will get it within seconds and respond pretty much just as fast.
00:39:32.130 --> 00:39:44.670 Frank R. Harrison: I am definitely available. Not twenty, four over seven. But I am available, especially during waking hours. All right. We have a minute to break. So when I return we're going to.
00:39:46.290 --> 00:39:58.639 Frank R. Harrison: We're going to go ahead and talk about the future. The next coming episodes are frank about help. So stay tuned right here on talk radio and Nyc and on our talking alternative broadcasting Youtube Channel
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00:41:57.500 --> 00:42:02.640 Frank R. Harrison: hey, everybody, and welcome back to this final segment of this episode of Frank about health.
00:42:02.650 --> 00:42:17.990 Frank R. Harrison: I want to thank all of you this past year for continuing to watch the show, and to give me your comments on Facebook, on on Linkedin as well as on Youtube. I've received several emails from you over the past few months, especially over the summer
00:42:18.000 --> 00:42:31.629 Frank R. Harrison: where you highlighted some of the shows that really had our most successful viewers. Of course a lot of them couldn't have been possible without my co-host phyllis quinton especially when we talked about sensitive topic of diabetes type one
00:42:31.780 --> 00:42:44.010 Frank R. Harrison: Ah, with Peggy Pelosi, and she was a perfect example of a woman that took her challenge and turned it into a talent that the if you all remember that show she was doing belly dancing towards the end of it?
00:42:44.020 --> 00:43:02.220 Frank R. Harrison: Um! And just in general. Ah, I just watch this show become a platform that is going to manifest into a higher level over the coming months. But I want very much for all of you to be on the road with me and Phyllis as we as we ah pivot the show in that direction.
00:43:02.230 --> 00:43:21.189 Frank R. Harrison: Mental health is very important for all of us to be mindful of. Not all of us have the full, keen awareness of what our issues are. If we're going under treatment with a therapist or a psychiatrist that helps, and especially if you have a good support system at home or in the workplace. Even
00:43:21.200 --> 00:43:33.999 Frank R. Harrison: you're able to bring awareness and more insight into it. A lot of your own reflection sometimes by blogging, sometimes by doing a podcast, sometimes by writing a book,
00:43:34.010 --> 00:43:54.590 Frank R. Harrison: so sometimes by just really being thoughtful about why you feel the way you do. Is it an illness that's affecting you? Is it a situation? Is it a a relationship problem? Um. The point is that it's up to us to own whatever the circumstance is, and to manage it, I mean,
00:43:54.600 --> 00:44:14.520 Frank R. Harrison: I just got a little hint, a not from someone saying expression is a great tool to learn more about yourself. Really, you know, sometimes creative expression, sometimes artistic expression expression through communication. I've always been told by many people, professionals as well as friends of mine,
00:44:14.530 --> 00:44:26.320 Frank R. Harrison: that I'm. An excellent communicator and excellent writer. Now I never really thought so, because I never anticipated writing in my career, but I notice that psychologically, when I do communicate,
00:44:26.330 --> 00:44:36.499 Frank R. Harrison: and I use the words as effectively as possible without trying to say the wrong thing at the wrong time, not perfect. So sometimes that may happen. But when I do communicate
00:44:36.510 --> 00:44:58.030 Frank R. Harrison: I notice a calm that goes through me. I even feel my brain is so focused. I don't know. Maybe that's part of my viewing habits, too. I've spoken on this show several times about two particular shows mash and raise anatomy, and when I watch those shows, even if I binge, watch them or watch the reruns.
00:44:58.040 --> 00:45:14.390 Frank R. Harrison: It's not necessarily in the content i'm looking for, because I've seen it already. It's the way the writing has been assembled. The history that has gone on into the storyline sometimes especially on gray's anatomy we're talking about a nineteen-year-old show now
00:45:14.400 --> 00:45:29.730 Frank R. Harrison: that has really been true to its legacy has content continuity, and I like to communicate with continuity. That's why sometimes you see me come back and do retrospective shows. I want everybody to be reminded of shows that were on even a year ago.
00:45:30.030 --> 00:45:34.929 Frank R. Harrison: But I want also people to be aware of what's coming up in the future.
00:45:35.160 --> 00:45:55.379 Frank R. Harrison: Now, next Thursday, which is the fifteenth of September, I have the honor of Jenny Swanson being on this show, she's going to talk about equine therapy, using horses with various farms that she's worked with in Florida, and I think, even out on the West coast
00:45:55.390 --> 00:45:56.959 to help with children,
00:45:56.970 --> 00:46:26.869 Frank R. Harrison: and there are various issues that they face, and traumas and things like that. She's going to become a Phd in social work. And um, I think if any of you tuned into the show that I did with her father. Um, James Swanson. A few weeks ago we had spent fifteen minutes talking about her, and pretty much saying, Please have her come on the show, and I did literally before we went on here tonight. I spoke to her for about a half an hour, and she's looking forward to talk about her work with children or work with
00:46:26.880 --> 00:46:43.539 Frank R. Harrison: forces. Her social work, experience, and especially advocate for mental health issues that affect us all. But in her case her target of of patients clients are children and their families. So we're going to take a look at that on the fifteen
00:46:43.550 --> 00:46:48.900 Frank R. Harrison: on the twenty second. We're going to have the show on addiction that I had mentioned earlier.
00:46:48.960 --> 00:46:58.289 Frank R. Harrison: I think this book goes on sale around that time, but if you can find it on Amazon, Com. By all means, I would highly recommend it
00:46:58.300 --> 00:47:03.950 Frank R. Harrison: at the same time. On the twenty ninth, which is the following Thursday. After that
00:47:03.960 --> 00:47:22.450 Frank R. Harrison: I am working with Eric Sarber to have him come on the show and talk about hybrid workplaces in the post-pandemic world, and I'm also thinking of Alice and Petty coming back. So That might be either a combination show or a two-hour show I have yet to figure that out.
00:47:22.460 --> 00:47:26.260 Frank R. Harrison: Phyllis Quinlan will be with me on all three of those shows.
00:47:26.320 --> 00:47:56.100 Frank R. Harrison: Um, and that's just the beginning. I do have other shows in mind that are mental health focus. Um, If there's any future reference to things like epilepsy and cancer and diabetes and Covid, and whatever they will be talking points, i'm not certain that i'm at the point where I can bring up those illnesses or those conditions as shows on to themself, because we've already done that. And at the same time, while I've had a lot of positive feedback on it,
00:47:56.560 --> 00:48:02.630 Frank R. Harrison: I want to not just provide the issue and bring it into the forefront. But I want to provide the solution.
00:48:02.640 --> 00:48:21.679 Frank R. Harrison: I want to provide the awareness. I want to provide your options. I want to provide you with your own choices, to make whether my information and the information of my guest is not relevant to you. That, again, is a choice, and it's a healthy choice. But if it is also of high value that you can share with people
00:48:21.690 --> 00:48:24.939 Frank R. Harrison: amongst your family friends, colleagues who ever,
00:48:25.340 --> 00:48:33.540 Frank R. Harrison: at least I've done my part by helping my own mental health by sharing with my community. Which is you the audience.
00:48:33.670 --> 00:48:56.140 Frank R. Harrison: What else can I tell you? I i'm doing a shout out right there to Tommy D. And Valerie Hefront. I want you to interview when you see. Ah, that I hope you see the show next week with Jenny Swanson, but she has a lot to say on on the professional animal lovers show. And this is our way of finally working together after a year on the same network. But
00:48:56.200 --> 00:49:07.830 Frank R. Harrison: basically i'm just putting it out there. Um! What else can I say? I I want to make sure. I thanked everybody that I intended to. So if I originally left an email. Now I'm going to correct it.
00:49:07.840 --> 00:49:23.849 Frank R. Harrison: I'm thanking Danielle Swanson, James Swanson, Aretha Gray, Allison, Petty Salon, Pillisoda Kathryn Chadwick, Phyllis, Quinlan, Sam Leibowitz, Eric Saver, Connie Coral, Dorothy, Martin, Neville's, Sally Cowsman, Christine Conte Angelo Gingarelli.
00:49:23.860 --> 00:49:36.979 Frank R. Harrison: There's so many other Oh, I also mentioned George and Dow I mean there is no way that Frank about health could have lasted this long without the contributions of all these people. I know I left people's names out, but, believe me.
00:49:36.990 --> 00:49:53.860 Frank R. Harrison: There are ways for all of you out there to to see those shows. And, in fact, that's the last thing i'm going to share with you this evening, and that is my actual website, and here it is. I did already share it in terms of how to contact me. But what i'm sharing now is my Vimeo page.
00:49:54.430 --> 00:50:05.239 Frank R. Harrison: This is on my website, Frank R. Harrison Com. But if you go to the Vimeo page you will see an archive list of shows that went from last year
00:50:06.030 --> 00:50:25.789 Frank R. Harrison: through the early part of March of this year. The rest of them are housed by talk radio, Nyc. But at a later date you will be able to get all of these shows to review and get your information that I've tried to share with you. Here is our narcissism show by the way, over here
00:50:25.800 --> 00:50:29.109 Frank R. Harrison: and then over here. You see
00:50:29.950 --> 00:50:31.370 Frank R. Harrison: um,
00:50:31.510 --> 00:50:49.409 Frank R. Harrison: James Swanson, with Phyllis Allison petty over here. We have our show on diabetes type, one type, two over here, mental health and employment law, which was a cross over episode with Eric Sarber, and of course, at the time in January when we were the he of the Omaha virus.
00:50:49.420 --> 00:50:53.870 Frank R. Harrison: I don't think i'll be re-erring that show because we're now in a new position.
00:50:53.900 --> 00:50:57.439 Frank R. Harrison: We are now in a new day of
00:50:58.140 --> 00:51:00.470 Frank R. Harrison: just being able to
00:51:01.080 --> 00:51:07.090 Frank R. Harrison: come back to a new normal. But those of you out there who
00:51:07.170 --> 00:51:36.290 Frank R. Harrison: you are looking for your boosters. They are available this week at pharmacies, and I know I get my booster at Nyu Landown health systems. I'm waiting for my appointments to be scheduled. But this is for those with the Pfizer on Moderna vaccines. They are going to help you protect your B A, four B a, five over one variance, and they are indicating that this might be an annual event. Starting with this comes up all right. We are in two minutes to end. I want to thank all of you out there for listening to me myself, and I
00:51:36.300 --> 00:51:48.879 Frank R. Harrison: I think I was more productive than I was a year ago. With that with that Covid show. They have rambled a bit, but I did my due diligence in bringing up the awareness and resources for all of you to really explore
00:51:49.340 --> 00:52:02.049 Frank R. Harrison: solutions. If you're in a crisis dialed in nine, eight, eight number. I was showing you where you can get more information on my Vimeo Channel as well as on talk radio. And Nycn. It's Youtube Channel.
00:52:02.060 --> 00:52:19.799 Frank R. Harrison: Um. I mentioned all the thanks to various guests that are coming back, again, especially Phyllis, my co-host, and again, thank you to Dylan and thank you to Sam for always being there and helping me retool the show as best as possible, and
00:52:19.930 --> 00:52:43.890 Frank R. Harrison: I guess on that note. I will see you all next week with Jenny Swanson and Phyllis Quinlan, as we uh look in various sources of help for children, including eat wine therapy and uh stay tuned for two shows tomorrow and talk radio, dot Nyc. And they are always Friday with Steve Fry, and glad to be in focus with Tommy D. And uh, we'll see you all next week.
00:52:43.900 --> 00:52:47.899 www.TalkRadio.nyc: All right, take care, and i'm signing off right now.