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Everyone has a story - good, bad, dark, painful - your story is important and it won’t be like anyone else's. Listen as mental health strategist, advocate, and speaker, Mark Henick, challenges the concept of normalcy through the art of storytelling. His TEDx talk, “Why We Choose Suicide”, shares his story of a man who saved his life from a teenage suicide attempt. After years of public speaking and telling his story, Mark sits down with other fascinating people to unravel their story with pain, mental health, and resilience.

Apr 29, 2019

Mark is joined by Bob Rae, former Premier of Ontario and interim leader of the Liberal Party. They discuss his struggle with depression early in life and how he brought these lessons into the political world, both when dealing with people and the issues that affect Canadians. 

Apr 22, 2019

Mark speaks with Dr. Brian Goldman, veteran emergency room physician and host of CBC Radio One's White Coat, Black Art. They discuss the mental health issues doctors battle within their patients and themselves, including the poisonous shame that making mistakes produces and the complex relationship between doctor and...

Apr 15, 2019

Mark sits down with Rhiannon Rosalind; President, CEO, and Owner of The Economic Club of Canada, Founder of The Jr. Economic Club of Canada and CEO & Co-Founder of The Global Institute for Conscious Economics (GICE). Rhiannon is redefining what it means to be a corporate leader in Canada and reflects on her own life as...

Apr 8, 2019

Mark is joined by Mandy Stadtmiller, author of Unwifeable and columnist for New York magazine. They dive in deep and discuss Mandy's journey to reinvent herself, her relationship with spirituality, and past struggles that continue to affect her. 

Apr 1, 2019

Neil Pasricha, author of wildly successful The Book of Awesome series and "The Happiness Equation" joins Mark to talk about the various ways we can practice happiness every day, find joy in the little things, and how writing a blog on 1000 Awesome Things began his journey from a desk-job at Walmart to an internationally...