Tough Talk is a documentary series created to reduce the stigma surrounding men's mental health. Sam O'Sullivan is a Kiwi psychologist who gets off the beaten track and travels in his van around his home country of New Zealand to film conversations with everyday men about their stories. He has conversations about their challenges, intending to show it's normal to struggle with our mental health. He also discovers what tools they use to take care of their own mental health.
Sam also creates free tools for the community to use for their own mental health.
Therapy can be expensive and inaccessible, so one of our mission's is to make free tools for the community. Tough Talk created a free online course called the Focus Toolkit. It's an online therapeutic course that teaches you to apply mindfulness and psychological tools in your everyday life.
Take the course here: https://www.udemy.com/focustoolkit/learn/v4/
For all of our tools, visit https://toughtalk.nz/tools/
Join our community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/toughtalknz
Everything Tough Talk offers is free and done on a minimal budget. We are supporters of the gift economy. We need your support to keep our content free for the community.
If you want to help support our cause, donate here: https://toughtalk.nz/donate/.
We appreciate your support! Season 2 will be coming out soon.
The Tough Talk team
The goal is to go 100% ad-free by next year and become 100% member supported. Would you be willing to make a monthly pledge? A few dollars per month times the power of a few thousand awesome people will get us to where we need to be. Click here to join. If you'd prefer to make a one-time donation, you can do that here. Many thanks!
With the growing problems with Facebook (and the threat that our page could be deactivated at any time without justification or recourse - as many other alternative media pages have experienced), we're wanting to reduce our dependence on Facebook. Join us on Minds.com to stay current with new content updates, if you're looking for a new social network as well. We also recommend becoming a member on the site.