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Mysteries of Mental Illness

What's Your Normal?

This video is a call to action to invite discussion, through social media platforms, on the topic of mental health. We hear from five people appearing in the series 'Mysteries of Mental Illness', who each give a brief description of the struggles they face. In an effort to de-stigmatize mental illness, we ask the question 'What is Your Normal?', understanding that it is different for everyone.

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Lloyd Hale’s story of teenage schizophrenia and the lack of mental health support.
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Shawna Murray-Browne’s quest to help BIPOC access ways of nurture, care, and healing.
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