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Black Mental Health Podcast


Aug 9, 2018

On today’s episode we have transformational coach and author, Lieutenant Joe M. Burnett. @joemburnett and some of the things we discussed were:

(2:00) Being the child of a parent that has a mental illness

(8:00) How one decision can change your whole life

(12:00) The Mental struggles of being in jail, while knowing you got kids

(26:00) How trauma inspires you

(33:00) How faith keeps your sanity

(40:00) Why Mental Health isn’t just about mental illnesses


We like to thank our guest: @joemburnett

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