in the press

Media coverage of Wide Wonder News along the tour! For PR inquiries, please connect with suzanne@widewonder.life

 
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A DEEPER LOOK AT THE SOBER-CURIOUS MOVEMENT

By hosting community events and making appearances on local television shows, they are spreading the message that alcohol isn’t the problem — it is a solution — and it’s “beyond time that we address the very real reasons that people use drugs as a solution and start a non-fear-based dialogue about alternative strategies and solutions to the current challenges of modern society like stress, anxiety, poverty, etc.”

NEWS CENTER MAINE

The bus that's driving the country to think about mental health. Four people and a dog living on a bus for a year might be harmful to anyone's mental health; but this family is doing it *for mental health.

ABC LOCAL-ish

When one Denver couple became fed up with the stigma around mental health, they decided to spread a positive message in communities nationwide with their kids. They're on a cross-country mission, turning a school bus into their home to be on the road for an entire year.

 

THE TEMPER

I Dream of a Day When I’m No Longer Called Brave for Sharing My Recovery Story

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Jen Dalton interviews Robyn & Tim on WKRC — Family travels the country in converted school bus to talk about mental health, addiction, throwing stigma under the bus!

 

MAKING PEACE WITH YOUR PLATE

Episode No. 19 an interview by Sheila Hamilton with Robyn Cruze on Making Peace with Your Plate

 

KXAN TV Austin

Robyn Cruze from the Wide Wonder tour and Dr. Allison Chase from the Eating Recovery Center discuss mental health myths, eating disorders and stigma.

BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE EXECUTIVE

“We’re going to talk about our theme with addiction that is you can live from it. We’re going to do a lot of turning things around 180 degrees to bridge this fear with hope.”

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