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The Art of Mental Health Advocacy | Matilda (crazyheadcomics) | TEDxKI

How many people do you know who live with mental illness? With the ever increasing prevalence of mental illness come questions of what we can do to curb the growth of this global health crisis.

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Michael Phelps Opens Up About Struggles with Anxiety | TODAY

Legendary Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps sat down with Megyn Kelly on Megyn Kelly TODAY to talk about his retirement from the sport, his growing family and his past struggles with anxiety and depression, chronicled in the new documentary “Angst.

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Emancipation from Mental Slavery | Dr. Cheryl Tawede Grills | TEDxCulverCity

Dedicated to the liberation of the African mind, psychologist, Dr. Cheryl Tawede Grills, speaks on the crippling image of African and African-American people worldwide and offers solution through Emotion Emancipation.

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Mental Health Affects Everyone—Youth Activists Inc. Mental Health Awareness Campaign

Mental Health affects everyone says Youth Activists.

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Roundtable: Activist Burnout, Resilience and Wellbeing

A discussion on activist burnout, resilience and wellbeing featuring a global lineup: Nanticha ‘Lynn’ Ocharoenchai; Daze Aghaji, Climate Activist UK; Paul Gorski, social justice activist, author, educator, and founder of the Equity Literacy Institute and EdChange; Bonnie Wright, actor,...

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How to Avoid Burnout While Trying to Make a Difference (And Recover From Burnout if You Do)

Feeling exhausted by your drive to create change in the world? This video is for you.

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