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Our documentary is our most impactful project. Our film will be accessible to people across the globe. Our goal is that those who watch and our film will come away enhanced with a new understanding of mental health. They will gain practical, useful knowledge that will help them take immediate, actionable steps to handle mental health for themselves and for others. They will be given the vital tools to be able to save the lives of those who would otherwise be shamed into silence, and even perhaps for their own lives. 

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Articles

Welcoming Change

Welcoming Change

Unexpected change can be difficult for the human psyche to fully embrace at first. It overwhelms our emotional and cognitive freedom, so to be able to work with it, we have to understand its inevitability and the silent transformative power that lies within us....

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Interviews

How Carla-Rose Overcomes Her Depression & Anxiety

Meet Carla-Rose Smith, a prime example of someone who has been at their lowest of lows and was still able to crawl out of the misery and gain happiness within herself again. Here, she shares her insights about her personal struggle with anxiety and depression, and...

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TV’s Dr. Judy Ho on Modern Mental Health

We had the pleasure of chatting with clinical and forensic psychologist Dr. Judy Ho, Ph.D about her career and her thoughts on modern mental health. Dr. Judy is the co-Host of Face the Truth on CBS and Tenured Associate Professor at Pepperdine University. She has a...

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personal stories & expressions… coming soon!

I Survived the Shittiest Year of My Life

I Survived the Shittiest Year of My Life

I haven’t ticked any goals on my checklist for this year; those bumps along the roads, the failures, the doubting, self-sabotaging, things didn’t turn out the way I planned, the harsh reality that not all people around you weren’t meant to stay, and the unresolved...

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My Mental Health Journey

My Mental Health Journey

My mental health journey begun when I was 16 years old. At nearly 24 a harsh reality I've faced is that the journey is nowhere near complete, but I've learnt so much along the way so far that I know I can use to help myself in times of need. I had a very normal...

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Leaving Comfort for Peace

Leaving Comfort for Peace

How many people have you met that were very comfortable but unpeaceful? Probably a few. How many have you met that were peaceful but uncomfortable? The latter is probably a harder image to conjure up. Most of us live as if the unpredictable nature of life was a...

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Taking Care of Myself

Taking Care of Myself

This is Part 6, the final article in a series of personal articles detailing what it is like to be a caretaker for Bipolar disorder, titled "Outside Looking In" Read Part 1 here Caring for a loved one with a mental health diagnosis is more than a full-time job. It’s a...

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Navigating the Healthcare System

Navigating the Healthcare System

As a caregiver for a loved one with a mental health diagnosis, few roles are as important as helping figure out the morass of the healthcare system that tries to care for mental health patients. For the person in the throes of a mental health episode, there’s no way...

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