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From Stopping Pucks to Stopping the Stigma with Kelly Hrudey

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Podcast Categories: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Parenting, Workplace,

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From Stopping Pucks to Stopping the Stigma with Kelly Hrudey
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Kelly Hrudey is a former NHL goaltender, a current analyst for Sportsnet’s Hockey Night in Canada and a regional broadcaster for the Calgary Flames. He is also a mental health advocate and an Anxiety Canada Champion. 

In this episode of #OurAnxietyStories Kelly shares how his journey with anxiety began with his daughter, Kaitlin, who was diagnosed with anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in 2005. After learning about anxiety while supporting his daughter, he recognized that he had similar experiences as well, and sought out support from a mental health professional. Today, Kelly and Kaitlin continue to navigate anxiety and raise awareness as mental health advocates via various initiatives such as Kaitlin’s clothing brand “More Good Days”.

"I'd beat myself up about the littlest things that I suspect most people at home didn't even notice or care about."

- Kelly Hrudey

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