27 episodes

We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network". 
Darren Rovell, sports business insider
Theo Fleury, NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
Eric Kussin, 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
We are so afraid as a society to rip the bandaid off this topic in a real way. We put our stories out there well before it was the thing to do, for a reason...because as much as they’re extreme examples of how far you can fall - they show everyone that challenging life experiences impact everyone...even those of us who have reached the top of our competitive industries. We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.“
This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
#SameHere #THPN

We're All a Little "Crazy‪"‬ #SameHere & The Hockey Podcast Network

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We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network". 
Darren Rovell, sports business insider
Theo Fleury, NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
Eric Kussin, 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
We are so afraid as a society to rip the bandaid off this topic in a real way. We put our stories out there well before it was the thing to do, for a reason...because as much as they’re extreme examples of how far you can fall - they show everyone that challenging life experiences impact everyone...even those of us who have reached the top of our competitive industries. We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.“
This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
#SameHere #THPN

    Episode 26 - Season 1 - Featuring Brent Sopel

    Episode 26 - Season 1 - Featuring Brent Sopel

    We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network. 
    Episode 26 Featuring Brent Sopel
    NHL veteran Brent Sopel is speaking out about the sex assault scandal involving the Chicago Blackhawks and fiercely defending his former teammate, Kyle Beach.
    Brent Bernard Sopel is a Canadian former professional ice hockey defenceman who played the majority of his career in the National Hockey League. Sopel was originally selected 144th overall at the 1995 NHL Entry Draft by the Vancouver Canucks, the organization he began his NHL career with
    Hosts:
    Darren Rovell: Sports business insider
    Theo Fleury: NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
    Eric Kussin: 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
    We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.
    “This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
    We’re All A Little “Crazy” is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners.
    A big fan of marketing, psychology, and sport, Eric combined all three and began reaching out to his contacts to discuss how they could attack the mental health epidemic strategically and differently than had ever been done before. He had to bring purpose to his own experience and believed he must have gone through that horrific period for a reason. With suicides at a 30-year high, and drug/opioid abuse out of control, he knows something major must change with the messaging if we’re to reverse these negative trends. He was overwhelmed by the positive responses he received from athletes, celebrities, and practitioners all over the globe, wanting to join in, all of whom bought into his vision of bringing a louder voice to this cause through a Global Alliance under a singular, bold but inclusive brand message: #SameHere (mental health lives on a continuum and we are ALL impacted…we ALL have a story).
    The charter Celebrity Alliance launched with a formal rally with over 300 supporters in attendance on November 14th, 2017, in New York City. There, The Alliance introduced their “#SameHere” Movement, uniting the world through one ASL sign language hand gesture (you see depicted in their logos and profile pictures) that communicates – no matter where we live, or what our background or our accolades, we all go through life’s inevitable challenges, and we should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges, thus: “#SameHere!” Video. Find out more about the origin story that led to The Alliance’s usage of #SameHere.

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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 25 - Season 1 - Featuring Brian Cuban

    Episode 25 - Season 1 - Featuring Brian Cuban

    We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network. 
    Episode 25 Featuring Brian Cuban, an American attorney, author, speaker, and activist. He is an authority on male eating disorders and drug addiction, drug rehabilitation, and alcoholism. He is a lawyer and activist in the areas of First Amendment issues and hate speech. He is also the brother of Mark Cuban and resides in Dallas, Texas.
    Hosts:
    Darren Rovell: Sports business insider
    Theo Fleury: NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
    Eric Kussin: 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
    We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.
    “This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
    We’re All A Little “Crazy” is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners.
    A big fan of marketing, psychology, and sport, Eric combined all three and began reaching out to his contacts to discuss how they could attack the mental health epidemic strategically and differently than had ever been done before. He had to bring purpose to his own experience and believed he must have gone through that horrific period for a reason. With suicides at a 30-year high, and drug/opioid abuse out of control, he knows something major must change with the messaging if we’re to reverse these negative trends. He was overwhelmed by the positive responses he received from athletes, celebrities, and practitioners all over the globe, wanting to join in, all of whom bought into his vision of bringing a louder voice to this cause through a Global Alliance under a singular, bold but inclusive brand message: #SameHere (mental health lives on a continuum and we are ALL impacted…we ALL have a story).
    The charter Celebrity Alliance launched with a formal rally with over 300 supporters in attendance on November 14th, 2017, in New York City. There, The Alliance introduced their “#SameHere” Movement, uniting the world through one ASL sign language hand gesture (you see depicted in their logos and profile pictures) that communicates – no matter where we live, or what our background or our accolades, we all go through life’s inevitable challenges, and we should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges, thus: “#SameHere!” Video. Find out more about the origin story that led to The Alliance’s usage of #SameHere.

    See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 24 - Season 1

    Episode 24 - Season 1

    We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network. 
    Episode 24
    Hosts:
    Darren Rovell: Sports business insider
    Theo Fleury: NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
    Eric Kussin: 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
    We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.
    “This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
    We’re All A Little “Crazy” is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners.
    A big fan of marketing, psychology, and sport, Eric combined all three and began reaching out to his contacts to discuss how they could attack the mental health epidemic strategically and differently than had ever been done before. He had to bring purpose to his own experience and believed he must have gone through that horrific period for a reason. With suicides at a 30-year high, and drug/opioid abuse out of control, he knows something major must change with the messaging if we’re to reverse these negative trends. He was overwhelmed by the positive responses he received from athletes, celebrities, and practitioners all over the globe, wanting to join in, all of whom bought into his vision of bringing a louder voice to this cause through a Global Alliance under a singular, bold but inclusive brand message: #SameHere (mental health lives on a continuum and we are ALL impacted…we ALL have a story).
    The charter Celebrity Alliance launched with a formal rally with over 300 supporters in attendance on November 14th, 2017, in New York City. There, The Alliance introduced their “#SameHere” Movement, uniting the world through one ASL sign language hand gesture (you see depicted in their logos and profile pictures) that communicates – no matter where we live, or what our background or our accolades, we all go through life’s inevitable challenges, and we should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges, thus: “#SameHere!” Video. Find out more about the origin story that led to The Alliance’s usage of #SameHere.

    See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Episode 23 - Season 1 - Note on Evander Kane

    Episode 23 - Season 1 - Note on Evander Kane

    We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network. 
    Hosts:
    Darren Rovell: Sports business insider
    Theo Fleury: NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
    Eric Kussin: 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
    We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.
    “This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
    We’re All A Little “Crazy” is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners.
    A big fan of marketing, psychology, and sport, Eric combined all three and began reaching out to his contacts to discuss how they could attack the mental health epidemic strategically and differently than had ever been done before. He had to bring purpose to his own experience and believed he must have gone through that horrific period for a reason. With suicides at a 30-year high, and drug/opioid abuse out of control, he knows something major must change with the messaging if we’re to reverse these negative trends. He was overwhelmed by the positive responses he received from athletes, celebrities, and practitioners all over the globe, wanting to join in, all of whom bought into his vision of bringing a louder voice to this cause through a Global Alliance under a singular, bold but inclusive brand message: #SameHere (mental health lives on a continuum and we are ALL impacted…we ALL have a story).
    The charter Celebrity Alliance launched with a formal rally with over 300 supporters in attendance on November 14th, 2017, in New York City. There, The Alliance introduced their “#SameHere” Movement, uniting the world through one ASL sign language hand gesture (you see depicted in their logos and profile pictures) that communicates – no matter where we live, or what our background or our accolades, we all go through life’s inevitable challenges, and we should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges, thus: “#SameHere!” Video. Find out more about the origin story that led to The Alliance’s usage of #SameHere.

    See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    • 2 min
    Episode 22 - Season 1 - Featuring Jocko Sims, American Film and Television Actor

    Episode 22 - Season 1 - Featuring Jocko Sims, American Film and Television Actor

    We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network. 
    Episode 22
    Featuring Jocko Sims, American Film and Television Actor
    Hosts:
    Darren Rovell: Sports business insider
    Theo Fleury: NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
    Eric Kussin: 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
    We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.
    “This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
    We’re All A Little “Crazy” is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners.
    A big fan of marketing, psychology, and sport, Eric combined all three and began reaching out to his contacts to discuss how they could attack the mental health epidemic strategically and differently than had ever been done before. He had to bring purpose to his own experience and believed he must have gone through that horrific period for a reason. With suicides at a 30-year high, and drug/opioid abuse out of control, he knows something major must change with the messaging if we’re to reverse these negative trends. He was overwhelmed by the positive responses he received from athletes, celebrities, and practitioners all over the globe, wanting to join in, all of whom bought into his vision of bringing a louder voice to this cause through a Global Alliance under a singular, bold but inclusive brand message: #SameHere (mental health lives on a continuum and we are ALL impacted…we ALL have a story).
    The charter Celebrity Alliance launched with a formal rally with over 300 supporters in attendance on November 14th, 2017, in New York City. There, The Alliance introduced their “#SameHere” Movement, uniting the world through one ASL sign language hand gesture (you see depicted in their logos and profile pictures) that communicates – no matter where we live, or what our background or our accolades, we all go through life’s inevitable challenges, and we should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges, thus: “#SameHere!” Video. Find out more about the origin story that led to The Alliance’s usage of #SameHere.

    See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    • 56 min
    Episode 21 - Season 1 - Featuring Jack Riggins, Retired Commander in the US Navy SEALs & Shaun Arntsen, Retired Corporal Canadian Military 3PPCLI

    Episode 21 - Season 1 - Featuring Jack Riggins, Retired Commander in the US Navy SEALs & Shaun Arntsen, Retired Corporal Canadian Military 3PPCLI

    We’re all a little "Crazy" is brought to you by the #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement & The Hockey Podcast Network. 
    Episode 21
    Featuring Jack Riggins, Retired Commander in the US Navy SEALs & Shaun Arntsen, Retired Corporal Canadian Military 3PPCLI
    Hosts:
    Darren Rovell: Sports business insider
    Theo Fleury: NHL great, mental health advocate & member of the #SameHere Alliance
    Eric Kussin: 20-year professional sports executive, mental health advocate, and founder of the #SameHere global mental health movement
    We’re all a little "Crazy" is available on ALL Podcast Apps! Do us a favor and download each episode before you listen, and if you are an Apple user, please rate & review the podcast as it helps us get these important conversations out to reach a larger audience.
    “This topic isn’t for 1 in 5 of us with mental illness, it’s for 5 in 5 whose mental health has been impacted".- Theo Fleury
    We’re All A Little “Crazy” is a 501c3 founded by 15-year professional sports executive, Eric Kussin, bringing together Athletes, Celebrities, and Expert Practitioners.
    A big fan of marketing, psychology, and sport, Eric combined all three and began reaching out to his contacts to discuss how they could attack the mental health epidemic strategically and differently than had ever been done before. He had to bring purpose to his own experience and believed he must have gone through that horrific period for a reason. With suicides at a 30-year high, and drug/opioid abuse out of control, he knows something major must change with the messaging if we’re to reverse these negative trends. He was overwhelmed by the positive responses he received from athletes, celebrities, and practitioners all over the globe, wanting to join in, all of whom bought into his vision of bringing a louder voice to this cause through a Global Alliance under a singular, bold but inclusive brand message: #SameHere (mental health lives on a continuum and we are ALL impacted…we ALL have a story).
    The charter Celebrity Alliance launched with a formal rally with over 300 supporters in attendance on November 14th, 2017, in New York City. There, The Alliance introduced their “#SameHere” Movement, uniting the world through one ASL sign language hand gesture (you see depicted in their logos and profile pictures) that communicates – no matter where we live, or what our background or our accolades, we all go through life’s inevitable challenges, and we should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges, thus: “#SameHere!” Video. Find out more about the origin story that led to The Alliance’s usage of #SameHere.

    See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    • 1 hr 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
66 Ratings

66 Ratings

TraysJourney ,

Real Talk & Inspiring

I just listened to the interview with Brent Sopel. An amazing show. I love the real talk style of the show. Brent shared his story about dealing with being diagnosed at 14 with dyslexia and how that late diagnosis impacted his life and how it effected his mental health. Everyone on the show shares their passion for ending the stigma of mental health. A must listen show! #samehere

greg kettner ,

I’m a little bit crazy too!

If you are a sports fan, an executive, player or anyone you need to listen to this podcast.

Thank you @erickussin and @theflwury for talking about mental health.

We will all be better by talking and listening and helping each other through our journeys.

This podcast is on my fav list and will be shared many times over. Thanks boys.

Coach Keith S ,

DESTIGMATIZES MENTAL HEALTH WITHOUT THE CLICHES AND CAMPAIGNS

As a Youth Empowerment and Leadership Coach, mental health is always at the forefront of what I strive to help teens understand. There is so much stigma attached to mental health from a teens perspective.

Having a show that offers a vulnerable, authentic conversation around it by well known athletes, entertainers and executives, truly helps to remove the stigma in a real way that campaigns can’t do. It gives permission to teens, to accept their mental health struggles and get the help they need with pride instead of shame.