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Nearly one in five U.S. adults lives with a mental illness, and for that segment of the population making it through the holiday season can be tough. High expectations, loneliness and stress can lead to the “Holiday Blues.” In most cases symptoms are temporary, but they can be serious if they last for more than two weeks, leading to clinical anxiety and/or depression.
Bruce Ario, author of Changing Ways, shared his wealth of knowledge about not only surviving but thriving with a mental illness on KFAI Radio's Disability and Progress. The show aired on Dec. 30.
Changing Ways is the story of a New York Judge who heads up the newly founded Manhattan Mental Health Court. Not only is he charged with helping people who don't necessarily understand why they have gotten into trouble, he has to help his daughter who lives with mental illness navigate life.
Patrick Meisch, a science teacher at St. Thomas Academy in St. Paul, Minnesota, has a new science fiction novel titled Those the Future Left Behind coming out in May, and it got its first mention in the media on Sunday, Jan. 10. Pioneer Press Books Editor Mary Ann Grossman included the book in her article, "Readers and Writers: We may still be stuck at home this spring, but we’ll have plenty to read."
Congratulations Patrick! Learn more about the book at PatrickMeischcom.
The month of December was a very busy time for Sprinkles the Elf, one of Santa's helpers. She made an appearance on CCX Media in the Twin Cities just before Christmas, and offered a sneak peek at her studio.
Once Christmas is over, Sprinkles will resume working at Princess Party Pals, her children's entertainment company. Learn more at PrincessPartyPals.com.
RMA Publicity is excited to share that 14-year-old Sanya Pirani, founder of Sanya's Hope for Children, made her second national TV appearance on Dec. 21. She appeared in the third hour of Good Morning America, the "What You Need to Know Show," which airs at Noon CT.
Sanya's effort to help the homeless and impoverished children is what got her the national attention. The whirlwind began on Dec. 5 after RMA Publicity secured stories on WCCO TV and KSTP TV in Minneapolis about her holiday gift bag packing event. The stories that aired captured the attention of producers at both The Drew Barrymore Show and Good Morning America. who then called to arrange interviews. Sanya's story was featured on the Drew Barrymore Show on Dec. 11. Here she is reacting to news that the show will be donating $10,000 to her nonprofit.
Minnesota Public Radio also interviewed the teenager about her efforts the evening of Dec. 20.
Sanya Pirani is the Founder of Sanya's Hope for Children, a non-profit that supports the needs of children in Minnesota and around the world. Learn more about her work on her website: Sanyashopeforchildren.org.