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71 minutes | a month ago
Separating the Suffering, the Stigma, and the Self w/Danny Holcomb
Danny Holcomb is a peer recovery specialist, a survivor of mental health and substance use disorders, a light worker, artist, and beautiful human. This discussion sheds light on the internalized stigma that can be experienced by individuals with a history of mental health or substance use disorders and often creates barriers and limiting beliefs. Recovery is a process, an action word, that requires on-going commitment to well-being. Following the discussion is an original piece written by Danny for a ReStory group session entitled, Heaven. Stick around to check that out and visit The If You Could See Me Project YouTube channel to experience Danny's story from the 2019 men's group performance. Danny Holcomb on The If You Could See Me Project stage, December 2019: https://youtu.be/mUhiU2b6K9QDanny will facilitate the 2021 IYCSM Men's/Male Identifying group. Visit www.ifyoucouldseeme.com to find out more and reach out to express your interest in participating.
49 minutes | a month ago
The "Why Try" Effect w/Traci Jones
The "Why Try" Effect is a form of self-stigma experienced by individuals who have known failure in the face of mental health, substance use, disability and other learning issues. As a peer recovery specialist, founder of Rise Phoenix Rise and animal assisted wellness organization, and Ph.D. student in organizational leadership with her own lived experience of physical and mental health conditions Traci wants to help others understand this form of self-stigma and develop tools to fight back against it. Rise Phoenix Rise: https://risephoenixrise.org/WhyTry: https://whytry.org/
68 minutes | a month ago
Brain Injury Awareness w/Melissa Earley
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month. The IYCSM project Director of Community Outreach, Melissa Earley is also a brain injury survivor. Melissa joins Erin to talk about life after brain injury and all of the complex factors that impact the life of an individual post TBI. In 2019 the NIH released a study indicating that 1 in 5 people who experience a TBI develop a mental health condition, most commonly major depression. More information on Brain Injury: https://www.biausa.org/events/march-is-brain-injury-awareness-monthIf you have a story or personal account about TBI visit www.ifyoucouldseeme.com and click "Share Your Story" at the top of the home page.
11 minutes | 2 months ago
Saturday Morning Coffee with Erin and Lucretia
Erin and Lucretia talked about all the things once again this time! That Black History Month is every month, and how to effectively respond to someone in a mental health crisis. Check out Lucretia's brand new website www.joyfulmusecoaching.com and check out her latest Anti-Racist Parenting group series. Join me every Saturday morning at 10 am on Facebook Live for a new conversation with fascinating people sharing thoughts and ideas on issues related to mental health. www.facebook.com/iycsm
65 minutes | 2 months ago
Hope, Healing, Self-Advocacy and Llama power with Heather Pate
This week Erin had a powerful conversation with her friend, IYCSM family member, and co-Founder/Board Chair of Robin's Hope, an organization that helps adults overcome traumatic life events and toxic stress through building hope, resilience and social connection. Heather Pate is a registered peer recovery specialist who has faced multiple traumatic experiences throughout life which have affected her in numerous ways. She has found that being in a safe and supportive environment has helped her a great deal. She hopes to pass on tools that have helped as she comes alongside others on their healing journeys.For more information about Robin's Hope https://robinshope.com/For more information on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) https://www.acesaware.org/screen/screening-for-adverse-childhood-experiences/
73 minutes | 3 months ago
Saturday Morning Coffee with Erin and Lucretia
This week Erin spends a Saturday morning over coffee talking to her friend and fellow healer Lucretia Marie. Lucretia will join Erin each month as a Co-Host of Saturday Morning Coffee (3rd Saturday of each month), Live on Facebook, www.facebook.com/iycsm. You can join them THIS Saturday, 2/13/21 at 10 am. In the meantime, enjoy this episode where they discuss life in this moment and the many thoughtful messages within the recent Pixar release "Soul." (SPOILERS)Lucretia Marie (she/they/them) is a mindfulness advocate and Artist of the Spirit certified Life, Energetic, and Spiritual coach who works with women, adolescents, adult creatives, and folx across the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ spectrums to move through the issues that affect them most. Lucretia Marie Anderson, Owner of Joyful Muse Coaching: https://joyfulmusecoaching.com/ Lucretia Marie (Anderson) is a dynamic workshop facilitator, speaker, and writer whose career began in arts and humanities education and nonprofit administration. Their exuberant coaching and facilitation style brings compassion, authenticity, and joy to the forefront of personal and professional development. They use mindfulness based stress reduction, MindBody Therapy, energy healing, and creative arts techniques in their work with clients in individual or group settings.After experiencing their own Racial Awakening and after 20 years as a social justice artist/activist/educator in the Richmond, VA and Washington, DC areas, they developed the Compassionate Anti-Racism and Equity (CARE) training program to offer an approach to diversity, equity and inclusion that centers individual and interpersonal healing in education around social and racial justice.
68 minutes | 4 months ago
Feelings tell an important story: Mindful Self-Compassion w/Steve Hickman
This week Erin has an essential conversation with Dr. Steve Hickman from the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion. After one hell of a week in the U.S. on top of an incredibly difficult year it seems only right that the discussion turns to being kind to ourselves and learning to hear the messages our difficult emotions are trying to tell us. The If You Could See Me Live (via zoom) show is on Friday, 1/22 at 7:30 pm. Get your tickets and join us for an evening of music, powerful storytelling, and conversation about the healing power of story! Get your Tickets: https://iycsmshowingup.eventbrite.comSteven Hickman, Psy.D., is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and an Associate Clinical Professor in the UC San Diego Department of Family Medicine & Public Health. His role is to provide oversight, vision, direction and focus for the development and expansion of CMSC around the world. He is also the Director of Professional Training, overseeing the training of teachers from “start to finish” and assuring the highest quality standards and the best possible resources for teaching. Steve is the Founding Director of the UC San Diego Center for Mindfulness, a program of community building, clinical care, professional training and research. He has taught Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) for 19 years and has trained teachers of MBSR and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). Steve is an MSC teacher trainer, and leads MSC intensives and workshops around the world. Learn more: https://centerformsc.org/
49 minutes | 4 months ago
Wise Mind and Spontaneous Combustion
Happy New Year! The longest year in recent history has finally come to an end and whatever happens 2021 will be a year and we will meet it. This week Erin talks about Marsha Linehan's Wise Mind concept from Dialectical Behavior Therapy. There are stories and self reflections, and a bonus original meditation track to help you find peace, motivation, and resilience as you usher in this new year. Check out the infographic on instagram mentioned in the episode. https://www.instagram.com/theifyoucouldseemeproject/Become a ReStory community subscriber: https://www.ifyoucouldseeme.com/changeyourstory
53 minutes | 4 months ago
Resilience Triggers w/the Master of Disaster
This week Erin speaks to the amazing, inspiring, kind, lovely Dr. Lennis Echterling. They talk disaster, resilience, and the origins of his nickname. Remember to grab your tickets to the upcoming If You Could See Me show "Showing-up" which will be held live via zoom on Friday, January 22nd, at 7:30 pm. This will be an unforgettable evening of stories, music, and conversation about the ways we show-up for ourselves and others, make meaning from tragedy, and find the will to keep going. You don't want to miss it! Get your tickets at www.ifyoucouldseeme.comLennis G. Echterling, an award-winning counselor educator, is a professor at James Madison University. Since earning his PhD at Purdue University, he has taught graduate students, provided counseling and therapy, and authored numerous books, chapters, and articles with colleagues. He has provided outreach disaster intervention services throughout the United States and around the world, including Hurricane Katrina and the Virginia Tech shooting. He has been helping support men and women through the Valley crisis team. He focuses on counseling education to prevent burnout and encourage flourishing within the counseling profession. He studies resilience, how people can be resilient in traumatic situations and how positive emotions can help in these situations.
30 minutes | 5 months ago
The Yin and Yang of Self-Compassion minisode
On this minisode, Erin talks about the Yin and Yang of Self-Compassion originated by Kristin Neff and the incredible power of learning to nurture ourselves, quiet the inner critic, and take action when necessary to create the things we need for our own peace and success. This is an excerpt from a recent Facebook Live that Erin hosted. Contact Erin Mahone for more information about how to work with her, hire her, and join the community of brave storytellers working together to heal and create change, firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the ReStory Community for more inspiring, motivating, and healing conversations just like this one: https://www.ifyoucouldseeme.com/plans-pricing Buy Erin's book at https://www.amazon.com/If-You-Could-See-Motherhood/dp/1628654341/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=if+you+could+see+me+erin+mahone&qid=1605209783&sr=8-1 Join the conversation and share your story at www.ifyoucouldseeme.com We are proud members of the Mental Health News Radio Network!Support our show by supporting our affiliates!Get the irel8 app and support The If You Could See Me Project at the same time!https://irel8.org/ifyoucouldseeme/iRel8 is a global, anonymous peer empowerment platform focused on mental wellness. Our platform brings people together in a safe community with others who have “been there, done that”, with the goal of helping and healing each other. iRel8 believes people have an innate need to connect to one another and uses Microsoft technology to Stop the Stigma while making a positive impact on mental wellness.iRel8 provides access 24/7/365 in a confidential and safe mobile app, and brings communities of people together to help and heal each other.
67 minutes | 5 months ago
Learning, Growth, and Support with Roger Koller
The spring 2020 If You Could See Me participants began meeting in February of this year. They were supposed to have their show in June. As we are all aware this year has been an exercise in flexibility, persistence, acceptance, and patience and our project is not alone in having been effected. These five amazing women have continued to show-up for themselves and one another in truly remarkable ways. We had to postpone and then reimagine what shows would look like but now we are to thrilled share their stories in a brand new virtual format on Friday, January 22nd, at 7:30 pm via zoom. Get your tickets at www.ifyoucouldseeme.com This week Erin talks to Roger Koller about his recovery journey and his desire to help others find peace and healing. Roger Koller says this about himself: I am a person in recovery from multiple life challenges including grief, anxiety, and addictive behaviors. I was born and raised in Richmond and attended Collegiate School, Trinity Episcopal High School and matriculated from University of Richmond in 1994. However, from an early age I faced issues that I could not understand. Thanks to some poor decisions and bad luck and misinformation, I found myself in recovery environments at the turn of the millennium. I have learned many things along the way, and it is a continuum where there is always something to learn from someone else and something to pass on to others who have reached obstacles on the freeway for which I have found solutions that worked for me, which I am now in a position to share.. I am now a Certified Peer Support Specialist, a WRAP facilitator, a SMART Recovery Facilitator, and have started and led several support based peer groups at different peer-run centers around the Richmond area. I have also had the pleasure of serving on many local peer center boards and committees.With this non-profit organization, I want to continue to develop solutions and innovations in collaboration with others in the community in ways that both mirror and diverge from what others have already done before me. I hope that we can work together to find more solutions for ourselves and each other.Support our show by supporting our affiliates!Get the irel8 app and support The If You Could See Me Project at the same time! https://irel8.org/ifyoucouldseeme/iRel8 is a global, anonymous peer empowerment platform focused on mental wellness. Our platform brings people together in a safe community with others who have “been there, done that”, with the goal of helping and healing each other. iRel8 believes people have an innate need to connect to one another and uses Microsoft technology to Stop the Stigma while making a positive impact on mental wellness.iRel8 provides access 24/7/365 in a confidential and safe mobile app, and brings communities of people together to help and heal each other.
12 minutes | 6 months ago
I Have an Incredible Body minisode
Erin's coach challenged her to read her own words to herself when struggling with body issues. Let us know what conditions you place on your worthiness and how you have acted to break this cycle. Email email@example.comBuy Erin's book at https://www.amazon.com/If-You-Could-See-Motherhood/dp/1628654341/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=if+you+could+see+me+erin+mahone&qid=1605209783&sr=8-1 Join the conversation and share your story at www.ifyoucouldseeme.com We are proud members of the Mental Health News Radio Network!
83 minutes | 6 months ago
Kim Flournoy DiJoseph, “punk rock, modern-day Chinese medicine woman”
This week Erin welcomed Kim Flournoy DiJoseph to the show! This powerful conversation was hopefully just the beginning of many more! Kim Flournoy DiJoseph of the shadow work integration practice, @hotmesswork, has been called a “punk rock, modern-day Chinese medicine woman” who “sees the clearest in the dark,” and described by clients as having a “unique blend of intuitive healer and coach” and “someone who does her own work, so she can prepare and guide us in ours.”With 25+ years of combined, professional practice as a psychodynamic-bent, trauma-informed therapist way before the term was a thing, a social justice and anti-violence advocate building empathy and bridges across the victim/perpetrator dichotomy, and an associate professor in teaching with emphasis in vicarious trauma and holistic wellness of social work students and practitioners, Kim is firmly grounded in a continuum of theoretical and systematically-legitimized approaches to teaching and supporting folx through crisis, grief, trauma, and change. In part catalyzed by a transformative and karmic-jolting awakening following the murder of her mother in 2012, Kim’s personal, healing journey and practice evolved into a calling to serve and offer a new-to-her way to approach supporting folx: @hotmesswork Hot Mess Work as an approach is a fluid, yet integrated merging of innate abilities, Jungian shadow work, eastern religion and Chinese shamanism, evolutionary astrology, mindfulness practice, the iChing, and whatever else just feels true and right. Regardless of the influence, the work is intuitively guided by messages and confirmations that come through psychically from Kim’s own and/or clients’ ancestors.The major emphasis of this work is accurately identifying the root of client’s stuckness and the subsequent integration of all of their parts, shadow and light -- ultimately, for folks to work on their own sh*t as a means to working on our much-needed universal collective shift.Kim is a cisgender, non-black POC mother, healer, writer, teacher, partner, consultant, and innerwork activist living and loving in Richmond, Virginia with a native Carolina blue heart. She is especially grateful for time in the kitchen and the ocean.Support our show by supporting our affiliates!Get the irel8 app and support The If You Could See Me Project at the same time! https://irel8.org/ifyoucouldseeme/iRel8 is a global, anonymous peer empowerment platform focused on mental wellness. Our platform brings people together in a safe community with others who have “been there, done that”, with the goal of helping and healing each other. iRel8 believes people have an innate need to connect to one another and uses Microsoft technology to Stop the Stigma while making a positive impact on mental wellness.iRel8 provides access 24/7/365 in a confidential and safe mobile app, and brings communities of people together to help and heal each other.
107 minutes | 7 months ago
Putting Hope into Action with Melissa Earley
M. Melissa Earley, RN, BSN, QMHP-C, NHDP-BC, is a survivor of domestic minor sex trafficking who has dedicated her life to working in healthcare. She earned her National Registry Certification as a Paramedic at The Medical College of Virginia in 1988 and has maintained her Paramedic Certification ever since. Throughout her EMS career she has held many leadership positions, including an appointment to the inaugural State Childhood Injury Prevention Committee. Ms. Earley later earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University. Choosing to devote much of her career to child and adolescent behavioral health afforded her the opportunity to register with the Board of Counseling as a Qualified Mental Health Professional- Child. Ms. Earley is also a National Healthcare Disaster Professional – Board Certified by the ANCC and is a member of the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services, Disaster Behavioral Health Team and actively volunteers with the Medical Reserve Corps. Ms. Earley has been involved in advocacy at the level of the state legislature for decades. To date she considers her greatest achievement as an advocate to be notifying her main perpetrator’s wife after learning that her perpetrator had three young children, all girls, about his history. His wife confirmed the information and was able to safely leave the marriage and prevent further contact with the children. Ms. Earley has used her past experience to educate and train various organizations and groups in order to raise awareness of human trafficking and to give the unique perspective of a survivor through the lens of a healthcare provider.
104 minutes | 7 months ago
Stories of Seeking and Solidarity: Live Zoom Event
On September 3rd a group of amazing storytellers, lightworkers, artists, and mental health professionals came together from across the U.S., to share an evening of Seeking and Solidarity via zoom. Hosted by Erin Mahone Featuring Stories from: Amber Maiden Sean Wellington (https://speakersean.com/)Tamara CervenkaKhadijah Tishan (https://khadijahtishan.com/)Bob DancerEpisode Sponsor:Get the app and support The If You Could See Me Project at the same time! https://irel8.org/ifyoucouldseeme/iRel8 is a global, anonymous peer empowerment platform focused on mental wellness. Our platform brings people together in a safe community with others who have “been there, done that”, with the goal of helping and healing each other. iRel8 believes people have an innate need to connect to one another and uses Microsoft technology to Stop the Stigma while making a positive impact on mental wellness.iRel8 provides access 24/7/365 in a confidential and safe mobile app, and brings communities of people together to help and heal each other.
63 minutes | 8 months ago
Grieving, Growing, and Glowing with Michelle Mercurio
What an incredible conversation this week with Michelle Mercurio about grief, storytelling, love, growth, and letting go of what is in order to be able to accept what can be. Michelle Mercurio is...Writer. Firebrand. Catalyst. Authenticist. Boxer.My mission in life is to help people not miss their lives. Is it possible to let go of what is holding you back, align to your purpose and create your legacy? I think so. Whether I’m working with transformational entrepreneurs to write their brand’s story (and helping them create profitable businesses they love), or I’m having a porch picnic with my family and friends, I believe we could all be a little more ourselves, and a little less of who the world “expects” us to be. We are the answer we seek. Let’s make some magic in this world. Find me at michellemercurio.com or socially on IG and LinkedIn where I regularly drop truth bombs.Michelle's Resources:The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan DidionMISS Foundation for those who have lost a child - both national and local chapters.Locally in Richmond, VA:Full Circle Grief Center is an amazing organization that creatively supports children and adults through their grief process: http://www.fullcirclegc.org/Karla Helbert does some pretty incredible workshops and has a private practice specializing in grief counseling: http://www.karlahelbert.com/
48 minutes | 9 months ago
Chicken Soup for the Future with Amy Newmark
The If You Could See Me Project is changing lives by helping people change their stories! Please support our work by making a monthly pledge through our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/ifyoucouldseeme or by subscribing, liking and reviewing in apple podcasts, and by sharing with your friends!This week Erin talks to CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul, Amy Newmark. They address the role of the iconic institution in the ever changing world of media, working to create an inclusive space, and more! Amy Newmark is the bestselling author, editor-in-chief, and publisher of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. Since 2008, she has published more than 170 new books, most of them national bestsellers in the U.S. and Canada, more than doubling the number of Chicken Soup for the Soul titles in print today. She is also the author of Simply Happy, a crash course in Chicken Soup for the Soul advice and wisdom that is filled with easy-to-implement, practical tips for enjoying a better life.Amy is credited with revitalizing the Chicken Soup for the Soul brand, which has been a publishing industry phenomenon since the first book came out in 1993. By compiling inspirational and aspirational true stories curated from ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences, Amy has kept the twenty-seven-year-old Chicken Soup for the Soul brand fresh and relevant.Amy graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University where she majored in Portuguese and minored in French. She then embarked on a three-decade career as a Wall Street analyst, a hedge fund manager, and a corporate executive in the technology field. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst.Her return to literary pursuits was inevitable, as her honors thesis in college involved traveling throughout Brazil’s impoverished northeast region, collecting stories from regular people. She is delighted to have come full circle in her writing career—from collecting stories “from the people” in Brazil as a twenty-year-old to, three decades later, collecting stories “from the people” for Chicken Soup for the Soul.When Amy and her husband Bill, the CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul, are not working, they are visiting their four grown children and their grandchildren.Follow Amy on Twitter @amynewmark. Listen to her free podcast, The Chicken Soup for the Soul Podcast, on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, the Podcasts app on iPhone, or by using your favorite podcast app on other devices.
77 minutes | 9 months ago
Getting R.E.A.L with Khadijah Tishan
The If You Could See Me Project is changing lives by helping people change their stories! Please support our work by making a monthly pledge through our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/ifyoucouldseeme or by subscribing, liking and reviewing in apple podcasts, and by sharing with your friends! This week's episode is SO AWESOME!! Erin talks with therapist and author Kadijah Tishan. They talk about Kadijah's book, motherhood, Black Lives Matter, womanhood, being "crazy" and owning every bit of it! Khadijah Tishan is a Licensed Therapist, REAL Life Strategist and Published Author. REAL; How to Live and Serve Abundantly a memoir of generational trauma, mental health and work it takes create sustainable self care as a wounded healer. Radical Empathy and healing is so crucial for our work and I am working to change the narrative of generational trauma and burnout. Khadijah created a space for generational trauma breakers that offers tools strategy and support. REAL is available now on amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Radical-Empathic-Acceptance-Life-Abundantly/dp/1734357401https://www.amazon.com/Radical-Empathic-Acceptance-Life-Abundantly/dp/1734357401/ref=sr_1_2?crid=WBCQ3HJQA981&dchild=1&keywords=radical+empathic+acceptance+of+life&qid=1593397985&sprefix=radical+empathic+%2Caps%2C145&sr=8-2https://www.instagram.com/khadijahtishan/https://www.facebook.com/khadijahtishan/notifications/https://www.linkedin.com/in/khadijah-tishan-a13787106/https://twitter.com/KhadijahTishanhttps://khadijahtishan.com/
70 minutes | 9 months ago
Spiritual Abuse and Finding our way with Sarah McFarland
Sarah McFarland is the Founder of The Learning and Integrating New Knowledge and Skills Center, Inc. (The LINKS Center, Inc.). a nonprofit organization that provides support services to families caring for children diagnosed with mental illness. Sarah uses her lived experience to encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds to move from hopelessness to wholeness. Her work includes, Certified Parent Support Provider, Certified Peer Recovery Specialist, Youth Counselor, CASA Guardian Ad Liten volunteer, Advocate for Sexual Trauma Services and Domestic Violence Prevention and Mental Illness. Sarah is a Board member, advocate and facilitator for NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness.Overcoming Adversity and living with ResilienceWhether we like it or not adversity is part of life. Overcoming adversity is one of the big challenges we have in life. Sarah has overcome and defy the odds, succeed in the face of adversity, survive tragedy and display strength and resilience when challenged. She will inspire you through her story of success and achievement following tragedy, injury, hardship and abandonment. Sarah's story below will inspire and show you exactly what can be achieved when faced with adversity. Sarah is dedicated to her work and has utilised every opportunity to further her involvement in the community. Sarah wishes to inspire others to accept the differences in our multicultural society and with that make a difference in our society. Sarah utilizes her powerful and inspired voice to advocate equality and acceptance within her community. She has become an optimistic and passionate representative of both Faith and Rural communities.Find out more about The Links Center: www.thelinkscenterinc.org
71 minutes | 10 months ago
Cannabis, Cats, and Claiming Peace with Craig Lewis
Craig Lewis joins Erin for the second time in as many months. This time he shares aspects of his medical journey, the discovery of medicinal cannabis as a treatment for his mental health symptoms that brought him relief for the first time in his life. In this powerful episode, Erin sits with Craig as he describes the pain, shame, abandonment, anger, and desperation he has felt on his long journey to healing. Craig is raw and open about his life, his experiences, his mistakes, and the liberation of shifting his perspective. Listeners can find numerous ways to connect with Craig through the various links below, to purchase his books, art, and to invite him to train or speak for your organization. Visit our blog to read excerpts from Craig’s new book! https://www.ifyoucouldseeme.com/blog Craig Lewis chooses to be happy. During the past five years, Craig has been healing from a traumatic brain injury, he was disowned by his family for speaking about childhood abuse, he was disinherited by his working community in the United States after he reported sexual and ethical violations in the workplace, he spent 15 months homeless mostly in Europe and while there he gave more than 50 professional mental health trainings and community empowerment events and now he has just celebrated his one year anniversary of living in Mexico, where he arrived with nothing but a backpack and the clothes on his body, and without speaking the language. Craig has published two books (one of which is currently available in 10 languages) and in the next few months he will be publishing three new books including a coping skills workbook based on what he has learned during the past 5 years, titled, “The Craig Lewis Guide to Surviving the Impossible”. Craig lives his life with Viktor Frankl and other brilliant spirits whispering in his ear, and this has resulted in his happiness.Punk Rock Mental Health and Recovery Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/898953743881374/Email and Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.orgWhatsApp: 527771885400Sanity is a Full time Job: Marginalized Folks Supporting Marginalized Folks; an Etsy shop with art made by people in Recovery. This shop supports people who are trying to make a living through their art while focusing on their recovery and working to eliminate the stigma associated with mental health and related issues. https://www.etsy.com/shop/SanityIsAFullTimeJob?fbclid=IwAR1mAmkKnnDmE2-Po6urCocDekveGdmDiY0q5bUiOvDIQXL6PgJmmkMC8UY
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