Just Listen

Just Listen

Just Listen is a seven-part mental health podcast series, exploring how to support a person in serious and ongoing mental distress. Six New Zealanders and their support people share their mental health journey and challenges with journalist and host Juliette Sivertsen, with the final episode featuring an expert panel to discuss kindness, boundaries, mindfulness and self-care. These candid conversations aim to get people comfortable talking about mental health, to share stories of people living with a mental illness, and to discuss some of the helpful and not-so-helpful things some of us do and say when trying to help a person in distress. Together, we can work to better support people in our communities, and learn to just listen. Funded by the Mental Health Foundation of NZ, Like Minds Like Mine, supported by NZME.... Show More
November 4, 2019 43 min
In this episode of the Just Listen mental health podcast, host Juliette Sivertsen speaks with Samantha Adams about navigating her life through grief, a bipolar diagnosis, depression, drug abuse and psychosis.

Her journey began after watching her father’s health deteriorate due to cancer, and the unresolved grief that followed after his death.

Samantha wants to share her story so others don’t feel so alone in their journey, and show that with the right support, a personal in serious distress can learn to flourish and be well.

Her husband Chris joins Juliette in the latter part of the interview with what he does to ensure he’s being a good support person, while maintaining his own mental health and wellbeing.

Funded by the Mental Health Foundation of NZ, Like Minds Like Mine, supported by NZME.

You can follow host Juliette Sivertsen on social media through her Twitter at @j_sivertsen
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