Mar 23 | 4:30 pm (EST) | To register, please email: email@example.com
Caring for Our Mental Health
This is a season in which there continues to be great grief, fear, loneliness, and discouragement in the world.
Many people were still dealing with the pandemic, when political upheaval took center stage. Violence and injustices of all kinds made headlines. And currently, all eyes are on the heartbreaking war in Ukraine.
So many people around the world are heavy with anxiety and depression.
How can we help one another? How can we help ourselves?
Join us at this week’s Mango Publishing Author Panel to participate in a conversation about mental health and what practices we can use to support ourselves and the people we love.
Our guest authors, Nita Sweeney (“Depression Hates a Moving Target”) and Eric Maisel (“Redesign Your Mind”) will share their own stories and mental health practices. Everyone who attends is invited to join the conversation. The panel is facilitated by Sherry Richert Belul (“Say it Now.”)
Mango Author Panels are a great way to get a behind-the-scenes look at the publishing world and what goes on in authors' heads. They are always interactive, often intriguing, and especially warm and inspiring.
This event is free. However, registration is required. To register, email brianna@
mangopublishinggroup.com and the Zoom link will be sent to you.
If you would like to join our panels live, they take place Wednesday afternoons at 1:30pm PT until 2:30pm PT. Email brianna@mangopublishinggroup.
com to receive the Zoom links automatically every week. (No obligation to attend, but you will have the link handy if you want to drop in!)
Nita Sweeney is the award-winning author of the running and mental health memoir, Depression Hates a Moving Target and co-creator of the writing journal, You Should Be Writing. Long-time meditator, and former assistant to writing practice originator Natalie Goldberg, Nita founded Mind, Mood, and Movement a wellness Facebook Group.
Eric Maisel, Ph.D., is a retired family therapist, active creativity coach, and the author of 50+ books in the areas of creativity, life purpose, meaning, and mental health. His books for creatives include Coaching the Artist Within, The Van Gogh Blues, Fearless Creating, and Mastering Creative Anxiety. His books on mental health and mental fitness include Rethinking Depression, The Future of Mental Health, Humane Helping and his latest from Mango/Conari, Redesign Your Mind. Coming soon: The Great Book of Journaling (co-edited with Lynda Monk) and Why Smart Teens Hurt. He blogs for a variety of outlets, including Psychology Today.
Sherry Richert Belul, author of “Say it Now: 33 Creative Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life,” is founder of Simply Celebrate, a business dedicated to helping people live colorful, connected, creative lives of love and appreciation.