Mental Wellbeing with Katrina Kincade
Authentic Wellness Podcast
Mental Wellbeing with Katrina Kincade
February 2, 2022
Katrina leads the conversation about the importance of mental health, self-care, and having positive representation in every area of your life.
To be totally honest, this episode was supposed to be live weeks ago. Something kept me from publishing it. I know now that it is going live at the right time. I hope you receive this information in the loving spirit it was intended. 

Cheslie Kryst, Miss USA 2019 jumped off of a high-rise building on Sunday, January 30, 2022. 

When I heard Ms. Kryst’s story, it instantly reminded me of this interview with Katrina Kincade. She is also beautiful, well educated, a beauty queen, and she’s had her share of mental health issues. From the outside looking in, you would assume her life is perfect and she didn’t have a worry in the world. After all, beautiful people don’t have real problems, right? Of course, they do.

I don’t want to get to the end of my life and find that I just lived the length of it.I want to live the width of it as well. - Diane Ackerman

No one will ever know what drove Ms. Kryst to do what she did. It could be that she was an incredibly talented human being and people expected so much from her. Maybe she didn’t have any more to give. Maybe now one really saw her. They saw her beauty. They saw her achievements. They saw her talents, but never really saw her. Can you imagine not being able to be yourself? Like, ever. 

You are still here and available to give those you love (and those who love you) insight into what will help you cope with the difficult situations you may be going through. Now is your opportunity to bring your life into authentic alignment. It’s time to do the hard work now to keep you from suffering later.

Consider bringing your life into authentic alignment. 

Authentic - being deeply comfortable with who you are; self-aware; knowing how you make decisions and why.  

Alignment - a position of agreement; learning how to prioritize the demands placed on you by your family, friends, and life. 

Ultimately, you determine your success in life. It’s not what anyone else defines as success. You can have it all, but not all at the same time. If you try to run a business, be an active parent, cook healthy meals three times daily, be an attentive spouse, and have a full social life, do you think you will do all of those tasks well? When would you sleep?

Your health is your most valuable asset. Protect it at all costs. 

If things seem to be beyond your control, please make the call at 800.273.8255