From Surviving My Past: We are Not Weak Just Human

I found the video, We are Not Weak Just Human,  on Surviving my Past.

It is produced by The Good Men Project’s Men’s Mental Health Social Interest Group

MEET MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCATE KITT O’MALLEY! 

authenticitee spotlights Kitt O’Malley!

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MEET KITT!

#WritersCrushWednesday

Thrilled to shine the spotlight on one of my biggest supporters and favorite writers, Kitt O’Malley! A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, living with bipolar disorder type II; Kitt has been on the frontline of Mental Health Advocacy for years. Recently published in Volume I of Stigma Fighters, Kitt is consistent in using her voice, platform and sphere of influence to empower the voice of others. Please show her some love🌷e

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