.....“A lot of people are moved by it,” said Saunders, who will turn 25 on May 15. “One of the craziest comments that I’ve seen is a guy was telling me about his bad days and today he knows he can go forward after watching it.
“People are starting to see mental health differently. It’s not something to be stigmatized. It’s not something to be afraid of or put down or looked down upon. All of us go through things and nothing can change it so it’s something that we can have open and honest conversations about.”
Saunders hopes the documentary will get a lot more views “because if it doesn’t help you, it can possibly help someone around you,” she said. “What may seem like the end isn’t really the end - it’s just the obstacle that you can always overcome.”.... ...more
Bethany Notes: Check out the videos being released by WellBeings.org this week when you have time. They are informative and personal.
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