Talking Mental Health with Still I Run Founder Sasha Wolff

In this latest episode Rachel and Jor-El talk with mental health advocate and runner Sasha Wolff. Sasha shares with us how she was inspired by her own hospitalization and mental health struggles to create an online community that’s now spreading out into real life.

“Still I Run” was inspired by the Maya Angelou poem Still I Rise, which has long been a beacon for those hoping to thrive despite difficult circumstances. This is exactly what Sasha hopes to create with her network. We talk with her about how telling her story helped her follow Brene Brown’s lead on reducing shame and embracing vulnerability. Tune in to hear about Sasha’s story of how she found more purpose as she became a voice for reducing mental health stigma.

Learn more about Still I Run on their Facebook page.

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