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Wisdom Walks Podcast: It's okay to not be okay: Recovery and acceptance with Carol Schulte

It’s okay to not be okay: Recovery and acceptance with Carol Schulte

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I walk and talk with Carol Schulte in High Park during Cherry Blossom season and have a frank discussion on mental breakdowns to breakthroughs.

Carol explains many important elements in recovery, mental health challenges and how to find yourself again.

About Carol Schulte

Founder of The Brave Initiative, and mental health advocate, Carol has been educating and empowering audiences internationally – including Fortune 500 companies, International Associations, and individual leaders – to get their brave on – for almost a decade. She is passionate about empowering workplaces to engage in braver conversations, create braver cultures, and take braver steps of action.

Being diagnosed with a serious mental health illness later in life, she has learned the hard way the importance of prioritizing wellness, and what it really means to be brave. She is the creator of Brave Beyond Diagnosis – a community dedicated to women living with a mental illness, and The Brave Healing Journal – A guided journey to find your brave and empower your life – one day at a time, to be released on June 4.

She believes wholeheartedly the bravest thing you can do, is to be brave enough to be you.

Having lived in 16 countries, including Ashrams in India and vans in New Zealand, shaved her head for breast cancer, and bungee jumped in her birthday suit, Carol walks her talk and brings a global perspective to all she does. Multi-passionate, she’s also a volunteer counsellor, a beginner guitar player, and serious carpool karaoke-er!

Brave Healing Journal

Introducing ‘The Brave Healing Journal’… inspired being by Mental Health Awareness Month, it’s finally time to launch!

In this journal I not only share my story (from flying high in fancy jets to sporting scrubs in the psych unit), but also the tools that literally saved my life. Inside these pages you’ll find powerful ideas, practical tools, daily prompts, affirmations and inspirations, as well as small action challenges designed to help you find your brave and empower your journey. It creates a safe space to explore your own thoughts and feelings, cultivate self-awareness, self-compassion, and the confidence to see what’s possible, from wherever you are.

We are all healing from something.

You are exactly where you are supposed to be.

And you’re not alone.

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