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A BEAUTIFUL MIND: The Neighborhood Shines Bright Spotlight on Mental Health For A Society Online
You are not alone is the theme in The Neighborhood during its Mental Health Week. In an all-inclusive forum, and with a collaborative approach, thepublicblogger hosts a wide range of topics, presented by real people, challenged in mental health.
By: The Neighborhood at thepublicblogger.com
The Neighborhood at thepublicblogger.com & thepublicblogger FB Page, ushers in its Mental Health Week with a series of presentations, shared by the lives that live them. For seven consecutive days, they shine a bright spotlight for a society online, as Mental Illness converges in a collaborative forum. Presenters run the gamut, from Addiction to Panic Attacks, from Bipolar to Multiple Personalities, from Depression to Suicide, and the late sessions are inclusive of short films & short stories, and interpretative visual & recording arts.
"We have turned on every light." says The Neighborhood Creator Kendall F. Person, "Mental Health is such an umbrella term, that many of us may not realize, why we do the things we do or feel a certain way."
Mental Health Week takes place entirely online, but the format is as real and vibrant as if it were being held in our local convention center, only all around the world. But Person comprehends, that we are not simply spending more time online, but our society exist there, as well. The Neighborhood events - like Mental Health Week - offer the same learning, sharing and supportive experience as if in person, and The Shows deliver the same drama and excitement, as televised productions.
Mental Illness & Mind Games?
On the surface, associating mental illness and a social media/blog based Reality Show-like game of elimination, may not connect. But mental health is about the state of the mind. Thepublicblogger believes that engaging in an imaginative social activity, exercises the mind strengthens self-awareness, increases our knowledge, which makes us less fearful and more understanding of the world around us. So the decision was made to rollout The MIND + GAME Show's Kickstarter campaign, alongside of Mental Health Week.
The essence of reaching out to a society online, to help fund The MIND + GAME Show - reinforces The Neighborhood's collaborative approach, making a Kickstarter campaign, the way to go. Introducing the campaign during Mental Health Week demonstrates a long term commitment to the mind, the ability to put on a successful show, and focuses their brand of original online, thought-entertainment - plays to both crowds.
Be a part of a beautiful mind. Visit The Neighborhood's 2016 Mental Health Week at http://thepublicblogger.com and become a backer of The MIND + GAME Show
Fredrick Walker, PR