Updated: Aug 24
This episode will focus on men's well-being and the effects of social media on men's mental health. My guest coaches, Robert Gualtieri and Andy (Shep) Shepherd are both passionate about supporting men with their well-being and have overcome extreme challenges themselves.
In this 'Pull Up a Sandbag' episode, we will delve into this important topic and share insights on how social media affects men's mental health.
Some key takeaways from this discussion include:
Understanding the various challenges faced by men due to social media
Identifying strategies to overcome them
Developing a healthy relationship with social media
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Host: Donna Burfield
Donna is a licensed and accredited coach and the founder of Joy and Purpose Coaching, Parents Standing Tall Community and CSC International Community. With 26 years of teaching experience and being a single mother to her daughter and twin sons, Donna is passionate about supporting working parents to prioritize their family's well-being, strengthen their parenting skills, and set boundaries using easy and effective tools. Donna also supports a coaching community to collaborate, inspire, and develop professionally. She connects coaches with experts to build ethical and professional coaching businesses, including legal, business licenses, insurance, and website building.
Robert Gualtieri is an advocate for inclusion and extending empathy to all, regardless of race, religion, colour or sexual orientation. He is passionate about understanding subconscious beliefs and how they form from childhood. His own struggles with anxiety have made him aware of the prevalence of men's mental health struggles, particularly in young men. Robert believes there is a need to address this issue through individual, collective, and institutional efforts.
Andy "Shep" Shepherd is an experienced Breakthrough and Life coach with a background in the military, commercial, and well-being fields. He has worked in challenging environments across Africa, Asia, and the Middle East for 25 years, focusing on mental health, welfare, safety, security, and the environment. Shep is a Trauma Risk Management Practitioner and Manager and trained through the Robert Simic Coaching Institute. He also served as a Medic in the Royal Army Medical Corps for 14 years in various locations worldwide.