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100 Huntley Street interview on 13 Reasons Why | Brett Ullman

Here is the interview I did for 100 Huntley Street on the Netflix TV show 13 Reasons Why.

If you have not read my blog on this please do so as well as there is much more information in my blog.

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Brett Ullman travels North America speaking to teens, young adults, leaders and parents on topics including sexuality, mental health, men, dating and media. Brett’s seminars engage and challenge attendees to try and connect our ancient faith with our modern culture we live in. Participants are inspired to reflect on what we know, what we believe and how our faith ought to serve as the lens through which we view and engage tough conversations in our society today.

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  • I just finished watching this interview, and am so happy to have found Brett’s info from it.
    I have a few people that I’m going to buy some of his material for, and am so grateful to have ‘stumbled upon’ this today.
    I loved what he said about how we need to be careful to not address this issue from a Fearful stance. I personally believe that a lot of this pain comes from society being so incredibly self-absorbed. Think of the joy you get when you do something for others – it is not coincidental that the bible talks about this. Being so self- centred has caused everything to become internalized within youth these days, and it is a no wonder kids feel the way they do.
    Add to that the ridiculous expectations and comparing themselves to celebrities – it’s not hard to see why so many feel I significant.
    I think the most important thing a parent can do is to make sure they are letting their teen / child know that they are SEEN – not only loved, but also valued and important. Celebrate uniqueness more, and from a young age let them know it is actually a good thing to be different.
    Kids these days feel alone, depressed from low self-esteem (again, the comparing themselves), and isolated because of social media.
    Praying for parents to have their eyes open to see the ‘signs’ that their child has, and to get them help for what they are experiencing.

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