Have you ever appeared fine on the outside while suffering on the inside? Sometimes, the last person you want to be alone with is yourself. What do you do when depression, panic and anxiety take hold? Former pro wrestling champion Marc Mero says it’s the toughest foe he’s faced. He offers some advice and insight, particularly suitable for these unsettling times.
We all feel a little helpless at times. We want to make a difference but don’t always know what to do or how to help. Here are a couple ideas to get started.
It’s important to remember during these days of self-quarantine that if want to keep moving, you have to keep moving. Granted, It’s a little bit tougher during the pandemic but the benefits are worth the effort. Just ask 103-year-old Julia “Hurricane” Hawkins.
When times are tough, it’s extra important to think about ways you can be part of or contribute to your community and the people in it. And if you have the time, there may be no more rewarding way to spend it. Just ask Joseph Kittinger. A true American hero.
Now that you’re spending all this time at home, this is the perfect time to try out a few new passions. And don’t get frustrated if you’re lousy at first, because being bad is just part of the process. Just ask golf pro and artist Jay Golden.
It can be a challenge to stay active when our gyms, swimming pools, playgrounds, yoga and dance studios are all closed. Let these stories inspire you to keep moving because the benefits are nothing short of improving your overall quality of life.
So, what’s next? Growing Bolder’s What’s Next with Marc and Bill is what’s next! Welcome to the first episode of our new LIVE weekly show, hosted by GB’s Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer.
Despite struggles and an uncertain future, restaurant owner Dom Commesso is cooking, delivering and donating food to area medical centers and the children of his community. He talks about the struggles of keeping his small business alive during this pandemic.
COVID-19 does have most of us staying home these days, but it can’t stop us from protecting our brains. One way to do that is through novel, physical activity. Here’s how Stephen Jepson stays active and keeps his brain fit.
Weeks after being married and ready to start a new life, Lauren Class Schneider and her husband find themselves stuck in different cities waiting until it’s safe to travel again.