In Our Own Voices at the TH library
In 2005, Jode Freyholtz-London lost most of the things she valued. Her job ended, her marriage was falling apart and she lost the support of her faith community.
“My life got a little bit ridiculous,” she said.
Now, she shares the story and how she reclaimed her life through a National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) program that aims to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illnesses. She’ll be speaking at the Two Harbors Public Library this Saturday.
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