Our guest for this week's episode on Inner Monologue is artist Carrie Behrens. Inspired by the animation of Disney Carrie began her journey in high school by creating her own comic book. We also talked about Carrie's comic series for the ASU state press, working at Space 55 and the evolution of her radio drama Night of the Chicken.
Our guest for this week's episode on Inner Monologue is friend, survivor, and support group facilitator, Alexis Choppi. Alexis shares the story of her brother, Mike's suicide. We also discuss getting stuck in the "What if?" mental loop, the evolution of her healing process and becoming a facilitator for a support group.
This week's guest on Inner Monologue is survivor and facilitator, Sue Berghaus. Sue shares her healing journey after the loss of her son, Chris. We also discuss her transition from group participant to support group facilitator and working to bring awareness to veteran suicide.
This week's guest on Inner Monologue is artist, Erik Booker. Erik and I bond over our love for comics and all things nerd related. Erik shares what it was like to grow up with two moms, and his experience as a terrible student in art school living in San Francisco. We also discuss the creation of his blog, "Pixel Drunks", and the evolution of the style of his pixel paintings.
This week's guest on Inner Monologue is minister of Shadow RockUnited Church of Christ, Ken Heintzelman. Ken and I discuss Thediversity within Christianity including the difference between factand truth. We also reflect on the need for rite of passage and whatattributes are important to be a good counselor.