Episode #53 – When We Learn The Value Of Silence And The Awesomeness Of Our Potential
Dominique de Marne is living, loving, laughing, learning and traveling with borderline, addiction and depression for over fifteen years now. She is a full time Mental Health Advocate trying to spread the word and the lessons she has learned through life. Dominique wants to change how we speak about mental health.
In today’s episode we chat about the power of learning to be silent, being comfortable in our own
skin and how to find a full quality of life through all life throws at us. I am SO grateful our paths crossed at this year’s European Conference on Mental Health.
Hop on Dominique’s website for more information on her mission and where her
projects are taking her: www.travelingtheborderline.com
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