Titled The Me You Can’t See, the show will feature Winfrey and the Duke of Sussex discussing mental health journeys and emotional well-being with a number of high-profile guests, including Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, and NBA players DeMar DeRozan and Langston Galloway.
Winfrey and Harry will open up about their own experiences too.
With conversations transcending culture, age, gender, and socioeconomic status, the goal of the series is to challenge stigmas around mental health and let viewers know that they’re not alone.
Producers behind the show also teamed up with 14 “accredited and respected experts and organizations from around the world to help shed light on different pathways to treatment,” according to Apple.
“We are born into different lives, brought up in different environments, and as a result are exposed to different experiences. But our shared experience is that we are all human,” Harry said.
“The majority of us carry some form of unresolved trauma, loss, or grief, which feels – and is – very personal. Yet the last year has shown us that we are all in this together, and my hope is that this series will show there is power in vulnerability, connection in empathy, and strength in honesty.”
Apple TV+ announced that The Me You Can’t See, a multi-part documentary series from Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry on the current state of mental health and emotional well-being, will premiere on May 21.
Only Randy Rainbow can bring some humor to the tragic events of January 6 and the follow up unbelievable, disgusting, sickening response of the GOPers – (GQPers) – power grab. They have lost their way … that had happened lonog time before #45.
The future of this nation is on the balance … I think it’s in significant peril.
(But that’s only my humble opinion!)
For a brief moment, enjoy Randy’s talent and for a second forget reality!
“Country means nothing to the GQP!!” … it seems this is likepy to happen soon!! — “Liz has cajones and her replacement will be a spineless worthless lump of manure that will say anything to get ahead.”
Repub Liz Cheney is facing removal fro her leadership roll of the House Republicans because she will not drop to her knees for deposed dictator Donald……her replacement after the vote will mostly like be a coward named Stefanik……
More on this spineless Trump sycophant……
GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik has emerged as a leading contender to replace Liz Cheney in the No. 3 spot among House Republicans, and on Thursday she helped strengthen that case on her own behalf during an interview with Steve Bannon. Coverage:
The 36-year-old New York congresswoman stressed her support for Donald Trump during the interview, a stark contrast with Cheney’s continued criticism of him, notes CNN. Asked about party strategy for the 2022 elections, she said that her “vision is to run with support from the President and his coalition of voters,” referring to Trump.
Hasn’t this always been to Repuglican ‘talking point’? … “Republicans are blaming increased unemployment benefits. They’re framing it as the fault of lazy shiftless people who would rather sit on their couches eating Bon-Bons in their underwear while collecting an additional $300 a week, instead of taking a job with shit wages where they would be require to put on pants.” .. Wait, there’s more!!
People arguing against a minimum wage increase usually point out fast food restaurants as examples. They typically pay the lowest starting salaries. As usual for conservatives, this is a losing argument.
Plenty of people have careers in fast food. There are workers trying to support families by flipping burgers. But most workers at fast food places are students. While they may be working to pay for a car, insurance for that car, or saving for college, few are asking, “Do you want fries with that?” to pay off a mortgage. But let’s say every worker is paying for rent or mortgage while trying to feed their family. How does that argument work now.
People against minimum wage increases claim it’ll hurt small businesses. But it’s not just small businesses paying shit wages. There are thousands of employees for billion-dollar corporations, such as Walmart and Amazon, who are on welfare. And…
#1619Project … “The 1619 Project is a journalistic endeavor by The New York Times which reframes the nation’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the center of the United State’s narrative. It was launched in 2019 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first slaves to colonial Virginia.” … GOPers are screaming about erasing this part of American history … they are whitewashing history!! Educate yourself … do not depend on THEM!!
A few historians also questioned the project and have accused it of putting ideology before historical understandings. But isn’t that what we grew up with? You grew up with history written by white men. The history books we grew up with aren’t as fucked up and total bullshit like that other book written from a male perspective, the Bible, but it excludes a lot. History is written by the victors, but that should probably stop.
Every daybreak is a new, awesome, uniqye spectacle! … “An image is also eternal, but it has no dealings with time – it disowns it, as it has to do, for how could one ever in the practical world scrutinise or comprehend the balance sheet of time that brought about the image’s unending moment?” — Rachel Cusk, Second Place: A Novel (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, May 4, 2021).
There’s a certain point in life at which you realise it’s no longer interesting that time goes forward – or rather, that its forward-going-ness has been the central plank of life’s illusion, and that while you were waiting to see what was going to happen next, you were steadily being robbed of all you had. Language is the only thing capable of stopping the flow of time, because it exists in time, is made of time, yet it is eternal – or can be. An image is also eternal, but it has no dealings with time – it disowns it, as it has to do, for how could one ever in the practical world scrutinise or comprehend the balance sheet of time that brought about the image’s unending moment?