Quite frankly this project is important to me because it’s important to Ann Cabano. Hearing Ann speak so bravely in one of our yoga training classes about her experiences left me in awe. I gravitated to her energy instantly. I firmly believe that the stigma around suicide needs to change through candor, education, support and understanding. Plus, I wish I met her son Joey in this life and I find that this project is the best way to get to know and honor the both of them. It’s also important because I’m an advocate for mental wellness and non-judgmental awareness about suicide and I know how impactful this film will be. Too many people don’t know how to navigate through suicide - the thoughts, the tragedy, the guilt, those left behind, the living of life afterward - and if I can help start and keep the conversation open, I’m in.
Diana “Nina” Espero has been on air on Phoenix radio for over a decade and is a Yoga Teacher continuing her education in Tempe. She and her husband own an Entertainment company in Scottsdale where they reside with their rescue pup, Tilly. Philanthropy and strides in Mental Health Wellness make Diana most proud, while, creative writing, food and family bring her the most joy.
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