Yep, speakers I listened to that have had a traumatic experience or a mental health condition, spend about 2 min. explaining and then move on to motivate his/her audience about resources, what's new in treatments and focus on the "yes, this is happening/happened, but we can change things". There has to be a positive aspect to a talk. If all a speaker talks about is herself and the negative, the audience is lost after the first 5 min.
I have no doubt the Harkles contacted the organization and not the other way around. Meghan is going for teenagers and young adults, at the last two Zoom conferences, she couldn't BS and whine her way around sophisticated and highly educated audiences.
What she's continuing to do is trying to gain sympathy by whining about her media image indirectly to gain an advantage in her lawsuit against MOS. The court needs to call her out, she didn't listen to the judge's first admonishment, as usual.
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