A New Dawn
Author: Dawnette BrennerSubscribed: 8Played: 54
Our goal is to break the walls and barriers for people so they can unmask themselves.
Supporting our cause will fund a documentary, tools necessary to send out materials to our guests, in our attempt to humanize mental illness.
New episodes updated every Friday. #mentalhealth #dialogue #talk #podcast #suicideprevention #health #endthestigma #podcast #bipolardisorder #depression #realpeople #bullying #experience #bullyinginschools #school #bully #mentalhealth #raiseawareness #sicknotweak #nothingwasted #Angelssuicideawareness #NAMI Advocates #schizonphrenia #PTSD #MPD #anxiety #Selfhelp #livinginsilence, advocacy, mental health
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Season 1: Episode 53 - Tracey Maxfield Discusses her battle with depression, how she fell into "The Rabbit Hole," and her platform & advocacy
Season 1 Episode 52 - Dawnette Brenner - A Mindful Classroom means a more mindful world
Season 1 - Episode 51 Season 1 - Episode 51 -Hayley T. Wheeler shares her journey of healing through her struggle to self discovery with her self & support of her son and advocacy
Season 1: Episode 50 - "Joy for Jan" founders Melanie and Krystal share their story and advocacy to raise 'suicide awareness' after their mother died by suicide
Season 2 - Episode 2 - "Ditch the Mask" Campaign with Sam Dailey
Season 2 - Episode 1 - "Ditch the Mask" Campaign in 'The Rose Garden' in Berkeley, CA with Janna
Season 1: Episode 49 - Sammie shares her story of being self-sufficient at a young age and living with bipolar disorder, depression, OCD, anxiety and childhood schizophrenia. "My Brain Works Differently Than Yours"
Season 1: Episode 48 - Jordyn of ChronicallyUnimaginable blog shares her story of being homebound and advocating for mental health
Season 1: Episode 47 - Anne Moss Rogers, TEDx Speaker, Author, Suicide Loss Survivor - "Emotionally Naked"
Season 1: Episode 46 - Lynn Nanos discusses her professional career as a licensed emergency mobile clinician and why she wrote her book, "Breakdown: A Clinician's Experience in a Broken System of Emergency Psychiatry" (serious mental illness, psychosis, reform)