Dese Rae L. Stage Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth
Dese Rae L. Stage 2013 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Drawing by Chato Stewart
Dese’Rae L. Stage (link: deseraestage.com) is a Brooklyn-based photographer working on a series of the portraits and stories of suicide attempt survivors called Live Through This (link: livethroughthis.org). Live Through This strips suicide of its anonymity, encourages survivors to own their experiences publicly and proudly, and asks the rest of us, “why not talk about it?” It is the first known project of its kind, exploring a world that has remained a taboo for far too long.
Dese’Rae never knew she wanted to be a photographer. In fact, she completed her Bachelor of Science in… READ MORELP 14 – Sweet Pea 11 – Precious 10 and Belly 7
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Mentalympians is a mental health community development initiative to raise awareness of mental health recovery, inspire hope, reduce self-stigma, foster recovery and also connect individuals who are interested in campaigning for mental health reform.
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Bonus My kids’ Drawings:LP 14* Sweet Pea 11 * Sweet Pea 11 Precious 10 *Precious 10 Belly 7*Belly 7
Stewart, C. (2013). Dese Rae L. Stage Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 26, 2015, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/05/dese-rae-l-stage-mental-health-hero-mentalhealthmonth/