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  • Vlog about your mental health on Your Voice
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Vlog about your mental health on Your Voice

A bespectacled teenager named José talks about how he felt after finding out he was legally blind. In another clip, 18-year-old Jade candidly recounts years of depression and self-harm. This is social site Whisper’s latest platform, which asks users to vlog about their mental health.

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