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December 2, 2019
We're Totally (Not) OK Podcast Features Tangible Movement!

We're Totally (Not) Ok Podcast featuring our Executive Director Torri Shack. Torri Speaks about her own personal challenges with depression, addiction, suicide, bipolar II and personal Relationships.

We’re Totally (Not) OK is a podcast about the intersection between mass media culture and mental health, hosted by Canadian actors Caleigh Le Grand & Tanya Bevan. Recently, they brought Tangible Movement Founder and Executive Director Torri Shack on as a guest to discuss the connotations that rear their weird heads in dialogues about mental health and mental illness, and how she shifts her position within said conversations from one that is affected by them to one that is affecting them. She speaks about her personal challenges with depression, addiction, suicide, bipolar II, and personal relationships, and how she came to form a movement that supports the education, awareness, recovery and wellness of those dealing with similar matters. You can listen to the podcast featuring Torri here, and find all We’re Totally (Not) OK episodes here.

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