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"Every Brilliant Thing" Encourages Mental Well Being


December 5, 2019

Rosie Seitz Ayers, Actor from Helena's GrandStreet Theatre, Kristi Mobley, School Psychologist and Dori Phillips, School Counselor, explain the importance of self-care, knowing the signs and symptoms of suicide and the resources for suicide prevention during a talk back session following the evening presentation of Every Brilliant Thing. The play was performed for the school and community and was sponsored by MSU Extension's Youth Issues Coalition, the Broadus Schools and funding from the Eastern Service Area Authority. (Photo courtesy PR Extension Office)

By PR Extension Office

"Every Brilliant Thing" strikes a delicate balance between sobering loss and cathartic laughter, recounting a life lived in the shadow of suicide. The play captivated audiences in the community last Monday, according to Powder River Extension Agent and Youth Issues Coalition member Mary Rumph. It was sponsored locally by MSU Extension's Youth Issues Coalition and the Broadus Schools, with funding from the Eastern Service Area Authority and Blue Cross Blue Shield in conjunction with Grandstreet Theatre.

The play begins with a seven -year-old learning that Mom is in...

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