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Focusing on our unseen selves: Neurodiversity and mental health

🔉 'Take What Serves. Leave the Rest' talks with members of the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus about their upcoming concert, "Unseen," focusing on neurodiversity and mental health.

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We all have parts of ourselves that no one sees, things we experience internally that go "unseen".

In this episode, Bryan talks to members of the Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus about their upcoming concert, which is focused on neurodiversity and mental health. The concert is called "Unseen" and is being held March 17 and 18 at Westwood Lutheran Church in St. Louis Park .

Artistic Director Gerald Gurss and chorus member Nathan Porras talk about their own experience with mental health, what helps them ride the waves, and how music has been part of their hearing.

As always, take what serves you - and leave the rest.

(This podcast is not meant to replace therapy. If you feel you need it, we encourage you to reach out to a licensed mental health professional.)

Bryan Piatt is a former TV news anchor who‘s sharing his journey with anxiety & OCD publicly through the podcast "Take What Serves. Leave the Rest", offering insight, wisdom and comfort for others maneuvering their mental health.
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