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Mitchell Davis sits down on my couch to talk about his experiences with mental illness. He tells us when he first became aware of mental health and what situation prompted him to get help. We also discuss medication and how it has saved Mitchell’s life and allowed him to follow his dreams. Lastly, he tells us what advice he would give to a younger version of himself. Watch to find out what his answer was! I really enjoyed talking with Mitchell and I hope you liked hearing all about his experiences!
Here is a link to his video “When I came into existence” https://youtu.be/eA079WXXUfo
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