In addition to this pic, Todd Fisher, the late Carrie Fisher’s younger brother, announced in the upcoming link from people magazine online the importance on kids and their family understanding and pursuing mental health:
Autism is marked by impaired communication abilities so it would make since that Autistic people often feel confused and misunderstood. I don’t pick up on subtle social cues and hints. If you don’t tell me something directly, I’ll miss it. If something is implied I might not catch it. Your annoyed face may not be […]
A few days ago, Jared Padalecki and Jensen tackles announced their new campaign in celebration of 12 seasons and 11 incredible years. Over this time, not only has their bond grown but the connection between them and fans and fans with fans have grown. I recently attended Asylum 16 and it felt like one massive […]
Hello! Just wanted let you know that I made a couple of changes on my blog (mostly on the left border of my blog). They aren’t major changes, just a couple of things I think you will like!
Films Out Right Now
Most of these films I have listed here, have links to actual videos so you can view them
Out Right Now on DVD and Digital HD
Click on the image and it will take you to see the trailer
Events I Support
A click on the image below will send you to the Crisis Support Network section of the Random Acts site. Here not only can you sign up to be a #SPNFamily Crisis Support Network volunteer, you can offered international medical emergency phone numbers in case of a mental health emergency
Well… This is for all those SPN Fans out there
In the news cast titled, “Suicide Rates Have Soared in the U.S” a group of high school students in a school in Palo Alto, California created a movie documentary titled: “Unmasked”. This film directed by Christian Leong and Andrew Bear, discusses how this Northern California town are trying to save its kids that are dying by suicide at an alarming rate. “Unmasked” covers various factors, former misconceptions and other imperative topics that once kept the city of Palo Alto mum about the number of suicides taking place in their town.
To watch this film, click on the link below:
To view the website, go to:
Hello everyone, especially SPN fans! I am glad that this announcement came out a month before Mental Health Awareness month! Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins are creating this website called “The SPNFamilyCrisisSupportNetwork”, where fellow SPN fans help other SPN fans cope with their health disorders.
Heck if you want to volunteer in this project, this site will help you do that by:
- Training for fan volunteers who wish to be crisis responders in their spare time,
- Immediate access to support lifelines for fans in crisis, and
- Local community resources for those needing additional support or information.
I myself , will take part! 😄This site is still currently in the works, but if you want more information click on the sites:
Oh, yeah…I almost forgot! If you want to sign up to volunteer and/or like to receive updates on the project click on the link below: