Rebecca

In this episode, I talk with Rebecca. We discuss mental illness and the troubles of living with Bi-polar disorder. Rebecca talks about her methods of dealing with the varying manic episodes. She discusses suicide, self harm and the importance of talking and seeking help – people need to talk about mental health. We talk about art and the joy of other people enjoying something that you curated and using art as an outlet to support mental illness and trauma. We talk about the healthcare system in place for people with mental illnesses and the importance of being able to identify and work with it. We notice how people have been addressing the issue of mental health more recently and how we as a society are on the right lines of combating these issues.

Link: The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma

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