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Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are following up their mental health documentary series The Me You Can’t See with a town hall-style conversation special

Oprah Winfrey & Prince Harry To Host ‘The Me You Can’t See’ Follow-Up Town Hall Conversation On Apple

Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry are following up their mental health documentary series The Me You Can’t See with a town hall-style conversation special.

Apple TV+ will air The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward, with series participants and experts, from May 28. The special will feature subjects and advisers from the five-part series, which launched on the streamer on May 21.

The pair will reunite with those who appeared in the series for a conversation about mental health and emotional well-being, and where we go from here. As the subjects offer further insight into their stories, experts share their guidance for continuing the global conversation.

The discussion, which is available for free, features Glenn Close, Mental Health Advocate and Speaker Zak Williams, and Author and OnTrack NY Peer Counselor Ambar Martinez, along with all members of The Me You Can’t See Advisory Board.

The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward is produced by Harpo Productions. The executive producers are Terry Wood and Tara Montgomery as well as Winfrey and Prince Harry.

The Me You Can’t See, which was directed by Asif Kapadia and Dawn Porter, featured the likes of Close, Lady Gaga, Virginia “Ginny” Fuchs, Rashad Armstead and basketball stars DeMar DeRozan and Langston Galloway.

The Prince made headlines with the special, talking about his memories of his mother, particularly how she drove him and his brother William away from the paparazzi, and the experience of her funeral.

Apple claimed that the series has been the number one most watched program worldwide on AppleTV+ since its launch and that it drew 25% new viewers to the service and a more than 40% increase in average weekend viewership in the UK.

To be socially successful,you need to be warm, optimistic, resilient, confident and persuasive.

There’s more to life than being intelligent and being admired for solving problems and doing maths. But what really makes a great life is ability to deal with people, being good at controlling your emotions, responding well to other people’s moods and communicating skillfully.

Take decision to accept people the way they are, rather than trying to change them and be more thoughtful and considerate.

Restraining anger can certainly lift your social life. But for real successful social life you also need to be warm, optimistic and resilient. Confident, persuasive and inspiring.

Restrain self_doubt and negative thought while projecting self_respect and honesty. Learn how to read social situations,see yourself as others see you,and understand other people’s behaviour by developing your awareness of your emotions. Noticing your moods and trying to figure out what triggered each.

Train yourself to recognize and challenge unhelpful thoughts,like thinking you will fail, blaming others for your problems or focusing on the worst possible outcome.

Work on how to be assertive and expressing difficult emotions,making your stand known, how to say no and how to set your priorities.

Never assume others know what you are thinking,say what you want and what you are thinking and don’t be afraid of conflict.

Never miss an opportunity to build your social life and before you know it, your whole life will be loads better!

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