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Everyone has a story, and nobody is normal. Listen as mental health advocate and top 50 TEDx speaker Mark Henick explores the idea of normalcy through the art of storytelling. After years of telling his own story of suicide attempts, and eventually finding the stranger who saved his life, Mark sits down with other fascinating media figures and unsung heroes to unravel their encounters with struggle and resilience. The result is a deep dive into the inspiring lives of people who have persevered.

May 27, 2019

Mark is joined by Kenzie Brenna, actress, creator and advocate for mental health and self-acceptance. They talk about how her family life affected her mental health growing up and how she found a community online to help her learn to embrace body positivity. 


May 20, 2019

Mark is joined by Rona Maynard, author of My Mother's Daughter, former editor in chief of Chatelaine, now known for her memoir workshops. They talk about how writing down the story of your life changes your relationship with your past and Rona shares her own experiences. 


May 13, 2019

Mark is joined by Jessica Holmes, comedian of Royal Canadian Air Farce fame, mental health advocate, and author of Depression: The Comedy. Jessica tells the story of her bout with depression and discusses with Mark the psychology of comedy and why comedians seem disproportionately affected by mental health...


May 6, 2019

Mark Henick chats with Mark Bowden, body language expert, speaker, and author of Truth and Lies: What People Are Really Thinking. They discuss how our body language affects the way we communicate and connect with others, the President of the United States' physicality, and Mark's...