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This week we speak with Dr James McLure, peer support worker with Pathways Mental Health and Wellbeing Services and author of Eight Stones: My Journey Through Schizophrenia and Depression.
James, a former AFL footballer with a PHD in clinical pharmacology, discusses everyfrom from his lived experience with mental illness to his role with the with the support group GROW, as well as his stance on mental health and football.
His book and more information about the speaker is available below:
Not sure. I’ve met many Indians. None out here in Washington, but back on the east coast there were tonsss of Indians Maybe some of them were Nepali and I had them confused, but no one had ever told me “I’m Nepali”.
On the west coast we have American Indians, on the east coast, Indians from India are very successful with their budinessss of owning tobacco, liquor, coffee, pharmacies and other stores. All my “legal drugs” I bought from Indian shops. !!! The liquor store owner was one of the coolest people I’ve met in my life! He was Indian.
Our nation food is Rice…!!!
we have cultural diversity…there are may culture but we live harmony…!!
it’s shame to say we have caste system … some people here belongs to upper caste and lower caste…!!!
Our national animals is cow … cow slaughtering is punishable act in our country…we worship cow as a goddess…!! Nepal consists of 88% of hindu population…!!! Our country might be poor but the people are rich Here…!!! I live in a capital city which is heavily crowded… we have to face a lot of traffic jam…!!! Our ancestor The great Gorkhali fought in 1st and second world war…Even Hitler praised the great gorkhali…!!! our second biggest festival has come …its called Tihar the festivals of colours…!!! That’s it @chew…!!!