Jason interviews poet, mental health advocate, Mad in America journalist, and author Ann Bracken on Oddball Show, discussing poetry, speaking up when enough is enough, and crashing a system when that system crashes. Join the show and get a deep dive into Ann Brackens’s new memoir: Crash: A Memoir of Overmedication and Recovery.

Throughout this engaging conversation, Ann delves into the importance of self-advocacy, exploring alternative healing methods, and the power of community support. Her captivating storytelling will transport you into her world, inviting you to question the prevailing norms of the mental health system and encouraging you to seek your own path to recovery.

Whether you’ve experienced the challenges of mental health firsthand or simply want to gain a deeper understanding of the topic, this episode will leave you inspired, empowered, and equipped with valuable insights. Ann Bracken’s journey serves as a beacon of hope, reminding us all that recovery is possible and that we can find strength in our vulnerabilities.

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