22 min

E44: Running for Mental Health with Sasha Wolff Founder of Still I Run The BPD Bravery Show

    • Mental Health

In this episode, we chat with Sasha Wolff, the inspiring founder of Still I Run – Runners for Mental Health Awareness. Sasha takes us on a personal journey as she shares her experience with mental illness and how the transformative power of running became a beacon of hope in her life.



Discover the roots of Still I Run, the nation's only non-profit dedicated to advocating for the mental health benefits of running on a broad scale. Sasha delves into the organization's inception in 2016, born out of her own realization of the positive impact running had on her mental well-being following a challenging period of depression and anxiety.



Sasha resides in Michigan with her husband Greg, three kiddos (2, 4, and 6), and their Weimaraner, Max. When the family isn't going on runs together, they're hanging out with friends, discovering local parks, or enjoying the beautiful Michigan lakeshore.
Connect with Still ; Run:
stillirun.org 

Facebook.com/stillirun

instagram.com/stillirun 


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This episode is proudly sponsored by ⁠⁠Hope for BPD⁠⁠

Hope For BPD is that resource, a beacon of hope. Whether you're personally affected by BPD, or you're supporting a loved one through their journey, this platform is here to assist you every step of the way.



Hope For BPD provides confidential and compassionate treatment consultation, information and research about evidence-based treatments, ongoing solution-focused and nonjudgmental support for individuals with BPD and family members, and more.

Visit⁠⁠ https://www.hopeforbpd.com/⁠⁠ to learn more about their services, and to find that glimmer of hope you've been looking for.



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Thank you so much for tuning into this Show!

If you’ve enjoyed it then share, subscribe, and leave a review if you haven’t already :)

Join us on social media:

Instagram: ⁠⁠@bpdbravery⁠⁠

⁠⁠Facebook⁠⁠

⁠⁠YouTube⁠⁠

and feel free to contact me via email at braverybpd@gmail.com



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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bpd-bravery/support

In this episode, we chat with Sasha Wolff, the inspiring founder of Still I Run – Runners for Mental Health Awareness. Sasha takes us on a personal journey as she shares her experience with mental illness and how the transformative power of running became a beacon of hope in her life.



Discover the roots of Still I Run, the nation's only non-profit dedicated to advocating for the mental health benefits of running on a broad scale. Sasha delves into the organization's inception in 2016, born out of her own realization of the positive impact running had on her mental well-being following a challenging period of depression and anxiety.



Sasha resides in Michigan with her husband Greg, three kiddos (2, 4, and 6), and their Weimaraner, Max. When the family isn't going on runs together, they're hanging out with friends, discovering local parks, or enjoying the beautiful Michigan lakeshore.
Connect with Still ; Run:
stillirun.org 

Facebook.com/stillirun

instagram.com/stillirun 


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This episode is proudly sponsored by ⁠⁠Hope for BPD⁠⁠

Hope For BPD is that resource, a beacon of hope. Whether you're personally affected by BPD, or you're supporting a loved one through their journey, this platform is here to assist you every step of the way.



Hope For BPD provides confidential and compassionate treatment consultation, information and research about evidence-based treatments, ongoing solution-focused and nonjudgmental support for individuals with BPD and family members, and more.

Visit⁠⁠ https://www.hopeforbpd.com/⁠⁠ to learn more about their services, and to find that glimmer of hope you've been looking for.



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Thank you so much for tuning into this Show!

If you’ve enjoyed it then share, subscribe, and leave a review if you haven’t already :)

Join us on social media:

Instagram: ⁠⁠@bpdbravery⁠⁠

⁠⁠Facebook⁠⁠

⁠⁠YouTube⁠⁠

and feel free to contact me via email at braverybpd@gmail.com



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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bpd-bravery/support

22 min