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VIDEO: How Buddhist chanting helps Lisa Maria Cruz thrive with schizophrenia

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Liz Van Verth and Andy Golebiowski
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Lisa Maria Cruz has schizoaffective disorder and bipolar schizophrenia with a mood disorder. At the age of 31, Cruz started doing a form of Buddhist chanting which she says changed her life. As part of WBFO’s Mental Health initiative, Cruz talked to reporter Nick Lippa about how chanting impacts her on a day-to-day basis.

As part of WBFO’s Mental Health initiative, we offer stories of stigma and struggle, an inside look at mental illness and its impacts.

To see more videos from WBFO's Mental Health Initiative reports and learn more about the project, visit www.wned.org/mentalillness

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