Global Mental Health Movement

05/23/20
Global Mental Health Movement

I go home to my parent’s house in New York. I lay down in my twin bed that I grew up in, and I lay on that bed. For the next two and a half years, I lay horizontal staring at the ceiling. I don’t watch TV or listen to the radio. I’m barely answering my friend’s text messages other than just to say that I’m alive because there is zero processing going on in my brain. I wake up just staring at the ceiling looking at paint chips like a vegetable. – Eric Kussin

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