Suicidal to Superhuman, the role of exercise and finding your authentic self

Published on: 21st September, 2020

Please remember that no episode of the MyoMinds podcast can be used as a replacement for medical advice and/or care.

We spoke with the author of the new book "Suicidal to Superhuman", Mike Dayem. Mike wrote this thought provoking book to share his knowledge, hoping to help people understand the struggles of suicide and how to thrive from that place.

This book is helpful not only for those struggling but for anyone who wants to improve their own self awareness, mindfulness or wants to further understand mental health. In this interview we speak about:

. How suicidal thoughts can lead to positives

. The importance of discovering your authentic self

. The trap of the "auto pilot" and tips to avoid it

. Mike's views on exercise for mental health

Make sure you check out Mike's book and up coming programs on his website: https://www.mikedayem.com/

And check out his Instagram: @mikedayem

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About the Podcast

MyoMinds Podcast
Demystifying mental health in the exercising community
The MyoMinds podcast is here to start the discussions around disordered eating, exercise addiction, muscle dysmorphia, and everything in-between within exercisers.

Our guests include professional athletes, Experts, Doctors, coaches, experts by experience, and more.

The podcast is hosted by the CEO of MyoMinds, George Mycock. He has personal experience with eating disorders, muscle dysmorphia, depression, and anxiety.

*Disclaimer: The MyoMinds Podcast can not be used as a replacement for medical help. If you are struggling with issues related to the content of this podcast, please speak to a medical professional or one of the many available mental health charities (e.g. The Samaritans helpline: 116 123).*

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George Mycock

I am the CEO of MyoMinds and the host of the MyoMinds Podcast. I'm a fitness enthusiast who has lived experience with eating disorders, compulsive exercise, and body dysmorphia. I want to improve the understanding of mental health within the fitness and sport community.