Ever wondered how a simple gesture like remembering someone’s name can transform a relationship? Join your hosts, Matthew Grishman and Jim Gebhardt as they chat with David Woods Bartley, who shares how name recall can have a profound impact on human connections. Through heartwarming stories, David illustrates the mutual uplift that comes from acts as simple as remembering a pet’s name or holding a door open, emphasizing the deep benefits of empathy and thoughtful engagement.

Davis also takes you inside a psychiatric health facility, where the kindness and humanity of medical professionals and loved ones are put on full display. He shares his journey through the facility, highlighting the life-saving power of support networks and how financial stability plays a crucial role in empowering us to serve others better. His personal anecdotes and analogies, like the importance of slowing down to make meaningful connections, provide a fresh perspective on mental health recovery and the role patience and empathy play in it.

Finally, the conversation touches on the mental health crisis and the necessity of self-care, spotlighting the bravery of public figures like Simone Biles and Michael Phelps who prioritize their mental well-being. By setting daily intentions to connect with others, David shows how we can break the isolation that sadness often brings. From handwritten notes to simple texts, we explore the small acts of kindness that foster hope, purpose, and community, setting the stage for future discussions on the intersection of mental health and financial decisions that can be impacted by it.

To connect with David Woods Bartley:
Ph: 916-247-6389
email: david@davidwoodsbartley.com
Website: http://www.davidwoodsbartley.com

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