1. Episode #243: A World of Flying Glass with Matthew Dickson Cheryl Ilov 1:04:14

 Matthew Dickson is a mental health advocate and founder of MindAid, which was established in 2018 to help people with mental health illness in developing countries gain access to basic mental health care. He also had his own experience with mental health issues when he was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 22. He successfully recovered, even though it took him 27 years.

Matthew shares his powerful story of trying to navigate through life burdened with not only the symptoms but the stigma of living with schizophrenia. He explains the tools he learned along the way to help in his recovery, including mindset, perseverance, a healthy lifestyle, and researching multiple books and resources on mental health and healing. Eventually, Matthew knew he had to create a platform to help people all over the world who were not receiving the help they needed to recover from mental illness, as well as to share the message of hope that you are not alone, and recovery is always possible.

Download and share this episode with its powerful and positive message of hope and mental illness that the world desperately needs to hear right now, and how you can spread the word.     










Cheryl Ilov is an author, speaker, dancer, martial artist, and physical therapist. She is also a former chronic pain patient who began a journey of self-discovery and self-healing after her medical team informed her that she would never recover. They were wrong.

Cheryl fired her medical team and found her own path to health and healing, as well as a journey of life-long learning. Her areas of expertise include the art of healing through movement, personal empowerment, and fitness over fifty. She is also the host of The FemiNinja Project podcast, which focuses on overcoming obstacles, personal empowerment, restoring human dignity, and alternative health and healing.