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      In 'Maybe I Don't Belong Here', David Harewood investigates his own experience of psychosis and explores the intersections of race, identity, breakdown and recovery




      Maybe I Don’t Belong Here, is a memoir by David Harewood which is a continuation of his research-focused Bafta-nominated documentary, Psychosis and Me, screened in May 2019.


      In Maybe I Don’t Belong Here, Harewood aims to contribute to the discourse surrounding mental illness, in men, as well as having a firm insight, to demystify mental illness and psychosis.


      Harewood explores the central issues between mental health, race, identity, breakdown and recovery



      • For insights on ‘Maybe I Don’t Belong Here’, click on the above image.


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