Feb 4, 2023
Kauri Mowll is a Motivational Speaker, Mental Health Expert, and Men’s Mental Health Advocate. His greatest passion is empowering others to live life on their terms, fulfill their potential, and embrace their greater purpose. He is committed to empowering and equipping men globally with the tools to courageously share their unique voice, their story, and their subject matter expertise. In this episode, he tells the powerful story of meeting a Korean American colleague who bluntly told him, "I don't like Black people," and the work it took to build a best friendship with this colleague. He emphasizes the importance of managing your reactions to situations so that you don't resort to destructive techniques to deal with conflict. We also explore ways that he is processing the loss of his father.
This episode would not be possible without the support of The Grey Wall, which aims to provide men with safe spaces to examine their own wellness and open up about their mental health needs. Mental illness among men is a public health concern that begs attention. The Grey Wall is dedicated in improving social norms around mental health among men by firstly, enhancing education surrounding men’s mental health and wellness. The Grey Wall was founded to provide extensive education and programs dedicated to men who are often overlooked in the space of mental health access programs.
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