- TWLOHA review drive $ raised
- One review I appreciated in particular
- Happy World Mental Health Day! – October 10th
Key Info for this Podcast:
Join Ben, Ray and I today as we discuss…
- what has it been like managing a disability while being students in college
- where the inspiration came to make their movie
- the idea of using disability to your advantage, in this case creatively, and why Ray/Ben were motivated to make it a main theme of their movie
- some of the biggest obstacles related to making the movie (or to success in college in general if you’d prefer) that they’ve had to overcome
- what does recovery means to Ray and Ben
- advice for college students with mental health issues that have big goals/dreams and might be struggling right now to make any progress on them
- advice for faculty related to helping students with mental health issues succeed in college.
Websites/Links Referenced on the Show:
Day by Day: Students with Disabilities at Tufts – https://vimeo.com/215418401
- Pick a goal, something you want that matters to you. Write it down, and better yet, tell someone you’re close to about it to help with accountability.
- Write down a plan for your goal. List out the steps, assign a deadline to the first step. Put that step on your To-Do List.
- Take one step this week to “find your tribe.” If you’re already new to a tribe this semester, do one thing to strengthen your ties with that new tribe.
- Ask for some help related to your goal.
- Do research related to your goal. What do you need to learn more about in order to work more efficiently, save money, and/or become more effective at achieving your goal. There’s always something we can learn that can help!
- Reach out to one of your instructors for something you need. It could be related to your academic goals, or maybe it’s something about a personal goal that can be helped by networking.
If you are a recent college grad or faculty member that’s in recovery for mental health issues, I’d love to interview you about your goal achievement quest, the struggles/adversity you faced, as well the wellness strategies you learned! I’m particularly interested in interviewing student entrepreneurs and those involved in mental health advocacy. Please reach out.
Email me at: email@example.com
Are you a college student who is brand new to online learning? Or maybe you struggled in your first go-around with your online course and can’t figure out the mindset behind online learning? Please be sure to check out this course I made: Ace Your Online Class