"The dark won't show its face an hour too soon."
Maintaining our mental health is a journey, filled with ups and downs. Sometimes, we find a supportive and encouraging environment in which to grow. Sometimes, our choices are criticized and mocked, and we begin a downward spiral of self-doubt. If you struggle with mental health--or if you're just navigating the messiness of being human--this episode is for you!
In "Howling at the Moon," CD Barclay tackles the complex topic of self-acceptance. In this episode, he sits down with Emmeline to talk about the mental health challenges he's been facing and how they inspired his reflective folk song. He also talks about why it's important for us to talk kindly to ourselves, why the most important thing we can say to naysayers is "I don't care," and why we all find it so hard to give ourselves permission to be unfinished. They also talk about their mutual love for harmony, and how
To learn more about CD Barclay, or to follow his musical journey, visit his official website. For behind the scenes information and more about Journey of a Song, follow Emmeline on social media or visit the Journey of Series official webpage. You can also hear songs from previous episodes on the Journey of a Song official Spotify playlist!