THIS IS EPISODE 502 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Darryl Stinson is a pastor at Life Church in Duluth, Georgia, and the founder of SecondChanceAthletes.com, a place to encourage and inspire athletes who are struggling with the transition away from the athletic life. Stinson played college football at Central Michigan from 2008-2011.
As a dynamic TEDx speaker, hip-hop artist, and certified John Maxwell coach, Stinson shares with audiences his life experience of overcoming addiction, mental illness and multiple suicide attempts to produce success in his life with current and former athletes across the globe.
On today’s episode of the podcast, we talk to Stinson as he shares his powerful story of addiction, mental illness, suicide and how God helped restore his life while he was in the psych ward.
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#mindset is everything right now. Here’s some help: – Be positive. Recognize that being negative doesn’t serve you well. – Meditate. Even if it’s only five minutes, make time to shut the world out and clear your mind. – Create something. Confinement cultivates creativity. You need a creative release. Write, draw, cook, build, sing. Do something. Creating is a way to release psychological pressure. Hope this helps! What’s working for you??? . . . #onlineconversations #mentalhealthwarrior #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #socialdistancing #covid_19 #quarantinehelp
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