Mind/Game: The Unquiet Journey of Chamique Holdsclaw

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Rick Goldsmith

I was drawn to Chamique Holdsclaw’s story from the day I read a piece on her in The New York Times in early 2012. She’d been the best of the best, took a great fall, but emerged in recovery as a mental health advocate who was remarkably candid about her own story. Indeed, mental illness comes ...Read more

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Powerful story!

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Rick Goldsmith

Thank you so much for watching--and for your comment! We agree that Chamique's story is powerful and instructive. She has done incredible work to get people talking about the importance of mental health, especially among family and friends.

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