How was the month of June for you?
For this Round-Up, I have all podcasts for you:
This American Life Episode #339: Heartbreak. “Partly today, we have an anatomy of the completely contradictory feelings that are part of a breakup. I think that’s what makes it such a special and particularly cursed state.”
Smartest Person in the Room Episode #29: When A Black Person Says It's About Race. “The divide between black and white America has never felt greater. Is reconciliation possible? In this series, we’re exploring how to cross the divide.”
The Lazy Genius Episode #58: The Lazy Genius Morning Routine. “How do we develop a morning routine? Maybe not quite what you expect. Have a listen, and create mornings that make you feel like yourself.”
We all have moments of crisis. We can feel overwhelmed with life. We struggle with hurt and pain. Who do you turn to?
If you’re not sure, but you need some support, there is the Crisis Text Line.
Text “Hello” to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, and a trained volunteer Crisis Counselor will respond and provide support. According to the website, you’ll usually be connected with a Crisis Counselor within five minutes, and conversations tend to last between 15-45 minutes.
Remember that this text line is for if you’re in any kind of crisis, not just for if you’re having suicidal thoughts (although if you are, here’s another resource for you: the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255, and is staffed 24/7).
Please consider adding the Crisis Text Line to your phone’s Contacts List, and telling your friends about this resource as well. There is crisis help available, just one text away.
I’m Elaine Gee-Wong and I'm a therapist with a private practice in Santa Clara, CA.
Any information or advice on this website is for informational purposes only, and should not take the place of information or care provided to you by your physicians, medical, or mental health care professionals.