19: Race, Mental Health & Therapy

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In today’s episode I chat with Torrence Williams about race, mental health and the importance of therapy.

Torrence is a University of Louisville graduate, husband, soon to be father, host of the Let’s Get Uncomfortable podcast and sales engineer

In this discussion, Torrence digs deep and opens up about racism in America, how it’s effected his mental health and how therapy has become his saving grace.

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