Tag: National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Melody's Story Pt 2 (of 2): Iranian-American Author & Attorney Busts Bipolar Stigma & Islamophobia

Mental illness can be a source of broken dreams; depression is the number one disability in the world according to the World Health Organization. But can a person actually use her mental illness to become wildly successful? To solve this riddle, hear the conclusion of 32-yo Melody Moezzi's story–Melody is an author, attorney, and advocate.

Melody's Story Pt 1 (of 2): Iranian-American Muslim Author & Attorney Busts Bipolar Stigma & Islamophobia

Melody Moezzi is 32-year old award-winning author, attorney, and advocate who has Bipolar I. She describes her worst experience with anti-bipolar stigma during a hospitalization. She also talks about myths about Muslims.

Tribute to Author & Advocate Bebe Moore Campbell; 3 Lessons for People Fighting Bipolar or Depression & Those Who Love Them

This podcast is a tribute to late African American author & advocate, Bebe Moore Campbell as part of Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Through reenactments from her novel 72 Hour Hold, we unpack 3 lessons for anyone fighting depression or bipolar or anyone who loves someone fighting the good fight!

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