Genuine ChitChat with Mike Burton

This week Mike speaks with Tracey Maxfield about the bullying epidemic, mental health and her book, Escaping The Rabbit Hole.

For more detail, Mike & Tracey’s chat begins with Tracey’s recounting her journey through nursing and what led her to her nervous breakdown, this leads onto Tracey’s book Escaping The Rabbit Hole and her journey through acute depression, this is followed by Tracey speaking about her time talking at schools before a discussion on the seriousness of bullying in both school & the workplace and how severely it can affect someone’s mental health, the social stigmas that continue to persist victims of bullying, Tracey’s motto of “Engage | Educate | Empower”, potential causes of school shootings, the definition of “bullycide” and many more things are discussed!

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) in Children and Teenagers

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or winter depression as it is also known, is a form of depression that follows a season pattern and appears and disappears at the same time each year. SAD appears when winter approaches and daylight hours become shorter and when spring returns and days become longer,

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Interview with Carleen Johnson, KOMO 4 News Radio Show Anchor

RADIO SCRIPT:   Tracey, My pleasure to interview you. What a beautifully real message you are sharing with the world. I pray you’ll be blessed by your willingness to open up in this public way! Carleen Escaping the Rabbit Hole is the name of Tracey Maxfield’s book…a compilation of the

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Daily Courier Article & Review

Kelowna nurse shares her battle with depression The Daily Courier 28 Apr 2018 By JAMES MILLER http://kelownadailycourier.pressreader.com/search?query=maxfield&languages=en&hideSimilar=0 Escaping the Rabbit Hole: My Journey Through Depression,” is now available on Amazon. Kelowna nurse Tracey Maxfield admits it took courage to release her book, “Escaping the Rabbit Hole: My Journey Through Depression”.

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Engage Educate Empower Episode 7 with Bill Murray of NAASCA

Bill Murray has long been a nationally recognized public safety advocate. Since early 2002, as his reaction to the events of 9-11, he’s continuously published the 6,000 page LA Community Policing web site, at LACP.org, which encourages U.S. residents to engage in public safety, homeland security and in helping their neighbors

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