Have you ever…
- Felt out of control?
- Regretted an argument?
- Felt misunderstood at work?
You’re not alone. We all feel a little crazy sometimes, that’s life! Wanna know how your own mental health triggers?
What Drives You Crazy?
Find out your “Crazy Personality Type”
- Are you a Hot Head?
- Are you a Drama Queen?
- Are you an Instigator?
Take the “What’s Your Crazy?” Quiz Now!
Watch my TEDx talk on mental health and the role of psychiatric service dogs.
What’s Your Crazy Personality Type!?
The Drama Queen
The Hot Head
The Know It All
The Crazy Good Life Project™
The Crazy Good Life Project (CGLP) is a non-clinical light-hearted approach to living a mentally healthy life. Diagnosed or not, we all experience “mental health moments” in our own personal and professional lives.
As a highly-successful bipolar entrepreneur, I’ve learned a thing or two about thriving with my own mental health challenges. Join us and learn real-life techniques to help you build a Crazy Good Life.
Here’s to your mental health,
What does a “Crazy Good Life” Look Like?
- You wake up every day feeling energized and optimistic
- You have supportive friends and family who understand
- You have a job where you feel seen and heard
- Your impulses and drama no longer drive your behavior
- You no longer judge yourself for the pills you take
- You’re a work in progress, and have professional support
- You’re building the crazy good life you’ve always dreamed of
How good could it be?
Crazy good could be great!
“What is Your Crazy Archetype” Guide
to find which personality type resonates with you and how to make the most of it!
I am a competitive businessperson, a best-selling author, a wife, and a mother who lives with success every day, in spite of my own bipolar issues. I’m a bootstrapper. But as I strive to take everything I do to a higher level, I struggle with my own mental health.
When my own highs became too high and my own lows too low, I knew I couldn’t get control of my life by myself. My marriage was rocky, my family estranged. I began to have suicidal thoughts. That’s when I knew I needed help. I went to a therapist and was diagnosed with Bipolar 2 Disorder.
Nothing is going to change this reality. I just have to cope with it. And I have learned to do that.
What I’ve learned can help anyone!
Ready to change the conversation
at your workplace or event?
Bring Heather into your event or workplace for these engaging and entertaining topics:
- Acceptance of Those with Mental Health Issues
- Transforming the Way We Speak about Mental Health
- Your Place in the Changing Landscape of Bipolar Disease