Have you always been so outspoken about mental-health issues?  Yes. I think it is important. We are on this earth to make sure that whatever mark we leave when we are gone is one that is lasting. I think a lot of the reason we suffer in silence is because we don’t see an example of someone being able to be transparent and open with who they are and what they are going through. So, [clears throat] enter me. [laughs] It’s simply in my nature to be this person. Has it been nurtured over time? Yes.

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4 Responses to Mental-Health

  1. This is me! I’ve always been outspoken but never really took mental health seriously in the natural. I have always just reached out to Jesus or go to the alter for prayer. 2018 I went running to a therapist and I haven’t look back since. However, I still do pray and go to the alter.

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  2. I love her Ted Talk. We have similar self care practices. Thanks for sharing this.

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