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Crazy like anybody else

Here’s another interview that I completely forgot to update due to Red Door work travel.

Click on this link: http://social.yourstory.com/2015/05/reshma-vallippan/

Do ignore the spelling errors – I just love how Francesca captured all parts of me irrespective of the spelling.

“The first thing that I noticed about Reshma Vallipat is her sense of irony; she laughs often and tries to keep her discourse on the funny side. Since 2004 she has been advocating for issues related to mental health, disability, sexuality and human rights and she has often talked and written about her journey with schizophrenia. She brings herself in a pretty funky fashion. Pink hair, tattooed arms, dark-Gothic style and a piercing on her chin have led several people who see her for the first time to define her ‘crazy’. … read more on social.yourstory.com

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This entry was posted on May 28, 2015 by in Art, Health, love, Mental Health, Mime, recovery, schizophrenia, support group, the red door.
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