January 30th was Bell Let’s Talk Day. This week on the show we connect with sports psychology consultant Dr. Penny Werthner to explore the link between running and mental health. We talk about stigma, […]
Josh Kozelj is an accomplished varsity runner who manages his depression through counselling and creative writing. He wants others who are suffering to know they are not alone
Some of the most accomplished athletes in the world are not strangers to depression. Their openness and advocacy on the subject go a long way towards reducing the stigma around mental illness
Kate Fagan’s book about the struggles of student-athlete Madison Holleran is a must-read running book
After hours of focus, he has a picture, not dissimilar to the process and accomplishment felt after a big run.
November 28th, 2016 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
For years, Diane Gagne struggled with bipolar disorder. When she discovered running, it became part of her treatment plan. Today, running is one of the most reliable ways to keep her healthy and happy.
Filsan Abdiaman wasn’t always the fit, happy runner and personal trainer that she is today.
Seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D.) is a type of mild depression that often occurs simultaneously with decreasing daylight hours.