Our Passion About Mental Health
Steven Cooper is passionate about giving back to community. That’s why 10% of profits will go back to our preferred charities.
Cooper, as he prefers to be called, is full of character. Drawn from his hard times dealing with what he calls his ‘unmissable’ life. He has absolutely no regrets, is proud to have achieved his lifelong dream of finishing a unique theory, and lives life to the fullest.
He was unable to work at a younger age, due to a need to ensure the full merit of the theory that made him unemployable. He’s so happy to work more recently. And he is able to work longer hours too, enjoying his favourite designing and running digital assets like Charpsy. He ran a national photography company Foto Success in New Zealand for 3 years, working 50 to 80 hour weeks. Also bedExchange.co where he was working 70 hour weeks too.
The Charpsy social network allows him the opportunity to reach his dream of giving back to community and maybe even one day paying for his retirement.
He is so thankful for your ongoing support. Cooper – “I’m so humbled to be in the presence of such fine people within the social network. It nearly brings a tear to my eye when I think about how much happiness and engagement I can bring the members of the online community. Here I’m wishing you all the best of love, living, and life. To all of you, thank you, thank you, thank you.”
Site Author: Steven Cooper
Cooper comes across as he’s really happy. And the longer time I had with him reiterated the fact that he, in fact does have no regrets. Cooper – “No matter how much hardship I could be going through at the moment, I’m ultimately so happy, nearly extatic. It’s a bit like going to your birthday party everyday of the year. You just get tired of the brilliance. I’m so lucky. Beyond anything I could have imagined when I was starting the journey to create my theory from scratch.”
He really empathises for those of our society who have been doing it tough. It’s apparent he only wants the best for people. More recently he’s realized how passionate he really is about charity. And the need for giving. Cooper – “I remember hearing somewhere that the people with the least money give the most to charity. I feel like I’m ticking all the boxes here. A social network for the disadvantaged to connect, collaborate, seek justice, and make friends. And I can make my small contribution to our charities along the way. We’re all so lucky to be in this together. Giving back to society, making a difference although may be small, and helping out whenever we can.”
He continues: “I just want to say thank you to everyone who is participating in life, trying to withstand it’s peculiar drawbacks, and is here to have fun. I wish you all the best.”
Milsons Point, NSW, Australia.
Steven was born in Mona Vale, NSW, Australia and grew up in Avalon Beach, Sydney.