From KERA/Think: “Some people who hear voices are actually choosing to embrace them rather than seeking to silence them. Caroline Mazel-Carlton, director of training for the Wildflower Alliance and the Hearing Voices Research and Development Project, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about her personal experience with hearing voices, surviving a suicide attempt, and how she works now to fight for change in how ‘mental illness’ is viewed.
‘Often these voices are messengers, and instead of killing the messenger, maybe we should address the points of healing that this messenger is making us aware of.'”
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