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It isn’t very often that I agree to books that are anything other than make-believe, but I was drawn in when I was invited to review this book Kate Tilton Author Services (www.katetilton.com)
The subject matter was something that interested me from just the summary; I have often struggled to look after my mental wellbeing so I was keen to find some way to improve that aspect of my life. The fact that Mike Veny is recognised within the Healthcare Industry helped convince me that he would know what he was talking about.
So, I am pleased to introduce you to this thought-provoking read.
Transforming Stigma – How to Become a Mental Wellness Superhero
About the Writer
Mike Veny is one of world’s leading mental health speakers and a high-energy corporate drumming event facilitator. He’s the author of the book Transforming Stigma: How to Become a Mental Wellness Superhero.
He delivers educational, engaging, and entertaining presentations to meetings and conferences throughout the world.
As a 2017 PM360 ELITE Award Winner, Mike is recognized as one of the 100 most influential people in the healthcare industry. He starred in several OC87 Recovery Diaries documentary films, two of which were featured at the 2017 Reel Minds Film series.
Mike is fiercely committed to wellness, suicide prevention, and helping people work together more smoothly. If you are looking for a proven speaker who can address the stigma surrounding mental health and deliver a corporate drumming event, then you have come to the right place.
With 15 years of experience electrifying audiences and making meeting planners look good, his mission is to help people heal emotional pain and discover meaning through simple ideas that empower wellness and healthy relationships.
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Mike Veny is recognised as one of the 100 most influential people in the healthcare industry; and after reading through his book then I can see why.
Like many people around the world, I struggle at times with my mental health and I find it difficult to speak to other people about it. There is a stigma around mental health and it is often covered up as people find it uncomfortable to talk about.
Cancer they can understand; AIDS they can understand, but mental health is almost hidden. This book opened up to me in a way that no other did. I found myself reading along with wide eyed wonder; and I asked myself, What superhero would I be?
It was very insightful to read more about Mike Veny and his own battle with his mental health. The flow that this is book is written in makes it such an easy read; I didn’t feel like I was bogged down with too much information; instead I felt like I wasn’t getting enough. It was thought-provoking, enthralling and surprisingly enriching.
I would recommend people giving this book a go! It really is a fantastic read!