4.7 That was Stupid!
This season of Storytime with Paul Dore is being released in two different sections. The first six episodes will be audio excerpts from my new novel, Dreams of Being a Kiwi. Since the novel deals with themes involving mental health issues, the second part of the season will be conversations about this topic with various experts and interesting people.
For each episode, I'll be including a short preamble that briefly introduces the topic and guest. The preamble is about some of my thoughts about mental health and some things that have helped me. The conversation is with Amanda Wintink, a neuroscientist and founder of the Centre for Applied Neuroscience where they help with personal and professional development guided by neuroscience, psychology, and mindfulness. I’ve known Mandy for years now and appreciate her unique approach and perspective. For this conversation, we talked about mental health through the lens of neuroscience. Visit knowyourbrain.ca for information about the Centre for Applied Neuroscience and listen to her Mandyland Podcast, conversations that deserve attention. Disclaimer: we recorded this interview outside on a windy balcony, so it was … windy.
The theme music is by singer/songwriter Arlene Paculan, check her out at officialarlene.com.