Have you ever wondered what mental illness is like up close and personal? What is it like to live with this debilitating condition, and what effects does it have on the family? Is it a curse? Or can it be a blessing? Is a mental health condition set in stone? Can people heal and live a positive life? If so, how? What tools assist in the process of healing?

Join Host Becky Parker Geist as you listen in on a frank discussion of this timely topic on mental health with Maggie Newcomb, author of Chocolate Pudding in Heaven, The Intriguing Journey of My Bipolar Mind. Witness the courage the author exhibited in putting out in the world this thought-provoking, different kind of story about mental illness and the technical challenges of recording her book, and in her own voice, as well.

See what we can learn from this inspiring, courageous, and true story of a young person and her family living with and recovering from this condition and overcoming the stigma of mental illness by sharing her journey with the world.

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Learn:

  • What mental illness is like up close and personal, it’s effects on family, and what tools assist in the process of healing
  • about this inspiring, courageous, and true story of a young person and her family living with and recovering from this condition and overcoming the stigma