Depression, addiction, and suicide have been present on a spectrum of levels the entirety of my life. Although I do not experience suicidal ideations, I’ve chosen the responsibility to care for humans in a holistic manner. In order to provide holistic support that goes beyond the occasional, performative, and impersonal social media post I feel called to work with others that are elevating the stories and voices of those that are directly affected by suicide.
The fact that this work has the potential to cultivate positive change by starting conversations about topics our society often avoids is what draws me to give myself to this project.
Boston spent their formative years in the Bay Area, escaped to San Diego for a decade, attempted east coast living in DC for a number of years, then temporarily landed in Phoenix. More than a decade has passed and Boston is getting dangerously close to admitting the stay in Phoenix is not so temporary.
Boston has been involved with intentional social justice work since the age of 12. Participating in work ranging from directing high school leadership camps focused on social justice awareness to creating and delivering curriculum with executive teams at a corporate level, their intention is to continually find new avenues to learn, educate, and experience the beauty of humanity. Boston currently works with students in both high school and college as a mentor and is a life coach with a focus on the connection health and human movement has on recovery in addiction, depression, and severe anxiety.
Boston believes that serving others is the path to creating growth in any community. With the knowledge that no job or task is too small to make an impact, Boston desires to find places in their community that they can be used to uplift and support others doing the social justice work they are called to.
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