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Teens hope their videos will prompt dialogue about mental health

Original post made on Sep 12, 2018

Local students who serve on the student advisory board for the Menlo Park mental health advocacy group SafeSpace have made five short videos they released this week to coincide with National Suicide Prevention Week.

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Posted by Sarah1000
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on Sep 12, 2018 at 11:52 am

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Thank you so much to all the young people who spoke their truth for these videos. Silence around mental health only increases suffering. Therapy has helped me learned to be a better parent and a better partner as well as a happier human being. #noshame

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