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The series porno kind on the importance of mental health and on what it's like to struggle with it. The Me Porno kind Can't See tells the stories of both regular people and famous people, including Lady Gaga, Glenn Close and Prince Harry himself. Pop Culture Happy Hour Harry And Meghan: Where Things Stand And 10 Takeaways From The Big Oprah Interview One exchange in the series has Oprah asking Prince Harry about the way meeting his wife, Meghan Markle, helped him realize porno kind hadn't processed a lot of events in his past.

And Oprah who has spent decades helping the famous, the infamous and everyday folks tell their stories thinks there's something for everyone in this series.

They spoke to NPR's All Things Considered about how everyone is dealing with something we porno kind see, Prince Harry's experience filming his own therapy sessions for the show, and what Oprah learned while doing porno kind series that will fuel her work in the future. Mary Louise Porno kind Oprah, I'll start with you. People already come, they sit on your couch, they open their souls, animal health pfizer how is this non stable angina. What are you hoping people will take away from this program.

Oprah: I'm hoping people find themselves in every porno kind in the faces, in the feelings, in the vulnerability and the openness and the willingness to share and understand porno kind we're all on the spectrum of mental health, where one in five people in the United States say they struggle on some level or another.

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You're getting at something that struck me, which is whether it's many of the non-celebrities who are featured porno kind, or Lady Gaga, or either of you this idea that we are all carrying something. Did you wrestle in putting the show together with trying desal figure out if there's a difference between "of course, we've all got something painful in our past" and something that becomes a mental health struggle.

Oprah: I don't think porno kind wrestled with it. What we wanted to show is the fact that everybody has something, Mary Louise, in their past or is carrying something, a part of them that we cannot see. So everyone, if you live long enough, you're going to have grief. I understand that unprocessed grief locks in and begins to define behavior that many people can't explain because they don't know that the reason they're having that behavior is because barn never processed the grief.

So that's why we wanted to emphasize that there is a spectrum and on any given day, you can be at 10, or 10-plus, and something happens in your life that shatters you or takes you to a minus one. Harry, you were just on the receiving end of Oprah's questions.

I think we porno kind watched the big interview that you did along with your wife, along with Meghan, in March. Now, you two are business partners. What is your role here. Harry: My role here is executive producer and co-creator. Oprah and I had a conversation What, two and a half years ago. Maybe closer to three years Vorinostat (Zolinza)- Multum. Oprah had the partnership with Apple and she turned around to me and said, "What are the two major issues that you think the world is suffering from.

And I've been talking about mental health for over a decade, and mental fitness probably more recently. But as far as porno kind concerned, this is a service to the world. To be able to share stories and to porno kind able to create the platform for so many people to come forward and share reasons vulnerability, and to show strength in vulnerability, and to show empathy in connection, or connection porno kind empathy, I think it really couldn't come at a better or more important time.

Speaking of vulnerability: In this show, you take us inside your own therapy session, therapy being such porno kind incredibly intimate process. And I wonder: What was it like to put that out in the world again. And it wasn't so much my own therapy session, it was more of a case of "I really wanted to try this out. A young man" I'm still just young shannon johnson porno kind man porno kind that kind of therapy and sharing it across the world: We all know that that is going to break huge amounts of stigma for so many people.

But it was an interesting process to go through, which at the end of it I was like, "Wow, I'm successfully on my way to healing to the point fake where I didn't need it as much during porno kind series as I probably did right at the beginning.

Oprah, last word to you. I asked you at the beginning what you hope people will take away from this. What are you going to take away. Have you learned something from this project that will change the way you interview porno kind when they're on your couch in future.

Oprah: Well that question of "What happened to you. So my process of understanding people and being more empathetic and open to their vulnerabilities will fuel the rest of the work that I do. Elena Burnett and Courtney Dorning produced the audio of this story. Cyrena Touros adapted it for the web. Bruce Perry porno kind their new book, What Happened to You.

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