Welcome to "HoWELL ARE YOU - The Talk Show," where we dive deep into the human experience, challenge societal norms, and embrace the power of open dialogue. Our mission? To dismantle the stigma surrounding mental illness and foster a supportive community one show at a time.
In a world where mental health is often overlooked or misunderstood, "HoWELL ARE YOU" is breaking the mold. We believe that everyone deserves a safe space to share their stories, struggles, and triumphs. By shining a light on the lived experiences of individuals facing mental health challenges, we aim to foster empathy, understanding, and connection among our viewers.
Hosted by Cynthia Mobley Howell, a compassionate advocate for mental well-being, "HoWELL ARE YOU" offers a platform where guests from all walks of life can share their journeys with authenticity and vulnerability. From renowned mental health experts and psychologists to everyday heroes and individuals who have battled their inner demons, we bring you real stories that inspire, educate, and empower.
Through enlightening conversations, thought-provoking discussions, and expert insights, we aim to demystify mental illness and challenge preconceived notions. Our goal is to create a society that embraces mental health as an integral part of our overall well-being. By bringing together individuals who have experienced mental health challenges and those who are passionate about making a difference, we are forging a path towards a more inclusive and compassionate world.
"HoWELL ARE YOU" is not just a talk show; it's a movement. We encourage our viewers to actively participate, engage in dialogue, and share their own experiences. Together, we can create a community where mental health is destigmatized, and individuals are supported in their journey towards healing and self-discovery.
Join us on "HoWELL ARE YOU - The Talk Show" as we challenge the status quo, amplify voices, and bring about positive change. Let's break down barriers, raise awareness, and celebrate the resilience of the human spirit. Together, we can make a difference and pave the way for a more empathetic and understanding society.
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MENTAL ILLNESS IS NO LAUGHING MATTER
“They laughed at my family and said we were all crazy.” Can you imagine living in a household where schizophrenic outbursts, manic rage, and violent behavior were frequently the order of the day? Crazy Didn’t Get Me: Preparation For My Destiny is a shocking and transparent story of the author, Cynthia Mobley Howell, surviving and growing up in a household with three severely mentally ill brothers.