Nate McQueen Uchida, aka Nate Casses, was a loving and loyal husband and father. He was strong and bold, confident, fearless and funny, He brought out the best in others and had a gift for making others feel special. He was a photojournalist by trade and artist by heart. He was a son, brother & friend. Nate had a fatal disease that took over his mind. It destroyed his sense of security and his ability to enjoy life. Daily living became Nate's personal hell. This disease progressed to the point that he felt physically sick all of the time. He woke feeling nauseous with anxiety until he could no longer bear it.
Nate's quest to heal the body, mind and soul - continues. check out our YogiPunk Blog.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. https://afsp.org/
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline
World Health Organization. https://www.who.int/
Narcotics Anonymous. https://www.na.org/
Alcoholics Anonymous. https://www.aa.org/
Psychology Today - Find a Therapist. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists
211.org. Call 211 for mental health emergencies. https://www.211.org/get-help/mental-health
Tender Hearts (Online grief support group with David Kessler) https://www.davidkesslertraining.com/tenderhearts.com
We are committed to:
* removing the stigma of mental illness
* providing resources for people and families affected by mental illness& addiction
* doing research on the connection between mental wellbeing and physical exercise/movement
* Promoting mental wellness through free and low-cost avenues
* Providing mental health education, videos, books & other resources to families and individuals affected by mental health & addiction
Donations help in several ways:
1. donations directly support Nate's family
2. provide support for our mission of increasing awareness around mental health & addiction issues
3. funds allow us to research and teach mental wellness practices to more people
4. provide funding for our programs that support families affected by mental illness & addiction (currently in development: a series on death and loss, grief yoga & grief support, resources for children who have lost a parent to mental illness and/or addiction
Thank you for your support.!
Melisa Miyoko, Nate McQueen Uchida & YogiPunk.com
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