Have you ever felt like you were going to shit your pants and throw up at the same time? Graphic, I know, but I have, and that’s exactly why I built DiveThru.
After a decade of struggling with and avoiding my mental health, I had a panic attack on an airplane. My heart was racing, my body was shaking and my stomach… well, it wasn’t happy.
This panic attack resulted in a 38 hour cross country drive where I had a lot of time to evaluate my life. What did I discover? I was struggling, deeply and something needed to change.
When I arrived home from my cross country journey, my mental health one began. I went to therapy, journaled, took medication and did everything and anything I could to support myself.
While I found more stable ground, I was continually overwhelmed by how hard it was to get help. Because of this, and my desire to prevent others from feeling as I did, I began building DiveThru.