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Bring Change to Mind May 15
Love it! 💚 Thank you for sharing Chase! Join us by uploading your own photo to share & promote our movement. Remember that we are all different. What we like. What we do. How our brains work. And, that’s okay because there is .
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Bring Change to Mind May 15
BC2M is proud to be a member of The Mental Health Coalition to end the stigma against mental health conditions. It's important that we come together to promote acceptance & inspire hope. Please join us & share how you are, really.
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Bring Change to Mind May 13
It's during Mental Health Awareness Month. Here is a special message from our lovely Co-Founder, Glenn Close. Join us to 💚
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Bring Change to Mind May 13
Thank you Senator Stabenow! It's ! Join us to 💚
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RADical Hope May 7
We are conditioned to want to be normal.The truth is, we are all different. And that’s okay because there is
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Bring Change to Mind May 8
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Bring Change to Mind May 7
Let’s stop filtering who we are & how we feel. That way of thinking — the habit of categorizing & labeling what is okay and what is not — is detrimental to our forward progress. Together, let’s expose the idea that causes this harm. Let’s show the world there is NO NORMAL.
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Bring Change to Mind Apr 24
An app that makes you “normal”?! 🤔 Yeah, it didn’t seem real to us either. The Normal Maker doesn’t actually work because there is . We’re all different, & that’s okay! So, don’t filter yourself. And, if you’re feeling like you need help, talk to someone you trust.
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Bring Change to Mind Apr 13
We’re conditioned from a young age to want to be normal. So we strive towards unrealistic ideals of how we should look, feel, act, and think. The truth is, we are all different. And, that’s okay because there is .
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Bring Change to Mind Apr 13
All brains are different. In fact, 1 in 5 of us live with mental illness. Don’t filter who you are. If you’re feeling like you need help, talk to someone you trust. And, remember, there is .
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Bring Change to Mind Apr 10
With our PSA partners , @endeavorfive, & a new campaign is here! Stay tuned for more & remember that we are all different. What we like. What we do. How our brains work. And, that’s okay because there is .💚
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Bring Change to Mind Feb 21
Replying to @SaksOFF5TH
For more information on the mural, read here
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Bring Change to Mind Feb 21
is grateful to our partners at for being champions in mental health philanthropy. Now, all the NYC Saks Fifth Avenue windows are bringing the conversation to hundreds of thousands of pedestrians that stroll by.
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Bring Change to Mind Jan 8
The Forum goes live from LA on Monday! Make sure to tune in LIVE on Facebook at 5:30pm PST to join the conversation about advocating for in 2020. Get a reminder here:
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Bring Change to Mind Dec 19
Hey & – we’ve had 7 so far but there hasn’t been a single question about mental health, which impacts 1 in 5 Americans. Make sure your moderators on December 19!
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Bring Change to Mind Dec 18
Our wonderful Co-Founder, Glenn Close, expresses her love and acknowledgement for our BC2M community. Check out her lovely holiday message below!
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Bring Change to Mind Dec 10
"Close decided it was time to talk openly about mental illness, not just with her family but on a national level". Thank you to for speaking with our lovely Glenn Close about BC2M 💚 To read the article, click here -
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Bring Change to Mind Dec 6
Hey & – we’ve had 7 so far but there hasn’t been a single question about mental health, which impacts 1 in 5 Americans. Make sure your moderators on December 19!
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Bring Change to Mind Dec 5
We’re happy to announce that a selection of NYC photographer 's portraits are available for auction at to support our work to end the stigma surrounding mental health. Explore the original photographs exclusively here --
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