“Well, mental illness, it is a lot better than it was before, but it’s still very very stigmatized, so it’s not something you bring up in casual conversation.”
– Lauren Rhodes
Credits: Interviewer & Editor: Mingjie Zhai; Camera: Sherman Wellons, Wade Chao, Hsiao Wen Chiu
What can you do to help someone in need while you are waiting for your needs to be met?
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“You have to keep breaking your heart until it opens.”-Rumi