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Chris Brown considered he was living a 'normal life,' until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Suddenly, his 'normal existence,' became anything but. Exploring mental health issues surrounding suicide, this is a father's personal audio journal to try and unpick why it happened, to share his every day with those going through similar loss and find a way to reach out to young people with relatable anguish in their own lives.

My Argument with Grief Chris Brown

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Chris Brown considered he was living a 'normal life,' until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Suddenly, his 'normal existence,' became anything but. Exploring mental health issues surrounding suicide, this is a father's personal audio journal to try and unpick why it happened, to share his every day with those going through similar loss and find a way to reach out to young people with relatable anguish in their own lives.

    Talking to my son

    Talking to my son

    Today Chris talks with someone very close, about their joint loss.

    Meet Chris who considered himself just; "A normal guy." At least that was, until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Now nothing is normal, and he's realising nothing ever was normal and nothing, will ever be normal again. My Argument with Grief explores the subject of suicide and how it affects young people in particular, through interviews, daily diaries and studio thoughts.

    Music is from artlist.io, licensed and used by permission by the producer.

    Main closing theme, You're Loving Soul by James Forest.

    Written by Chris Brown.

    Produced by Loading Zone - www.loadingzone.co.uk

    • 36 Min.
    Drinking water, for the mind?

    Drinking water, for the mind?

    Chris explores the facts and figures behind suicide in the UK and ponders what we should do about it.

    Meet Chris who considered himself just; "A normal guy." At least that was, until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Now nothing is normal, and he's realising nothing ever was normal and nothing, will ever be normal again. My Argument with Grief explores the subject of suicide and how it affects young people in particular, through interviews, daily diaries and studio thoughts.

    Music is from artlist.io, licensed and used by permission by the producer.

    Main closing theme, You're Loving Soul by James Forest.

    Written by Chris Brown.

    Produced by Loading Zone - www.loadingzone.co.uk

    • 11 Min.
    I'm angry

    I'm angry

    This week Chris, is angry. It's the latest 'phase,' as he explains.

    Meet Chris who considered himself just; "A normal guy." At least that was, until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Now nothing is normal, and he's realising nothing ever was normal and nothing, will ever be normal again. My Argument with Grief explores the subject of suicide and how it affects young people in particular, through interviews, daily diaries and studio thoughts.

    Music is from artlist.io, licensed and used by permission by the producer.

    Main closing theme, You're Loving Soul by James Forest.

    Written by Chris Brown.

    Produced by Loading Zone - www.loadingzone.co.uk

    • 10 Min.
    The inquest day arrived and my health scare

    The inquest day arrived and my health scare

    On today's episode, Chris deals with the inquest, certainly sooner than he had expected. There's also a health scare to consider.

    Meet Chris who considered himself just; "A normal guy." At least that was, until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Now nothing is normal, and he's realising nothing ever was normal and nothing, will ever be normal again. My Argument with Grief explores the subject of suicide and how it affects young people in particular, through interviews, daily diaries and studio thoughts.

    Music is from artlist.io, licensed and used by permission by the producer.

    Main closing theme, You're Loving Soul by James Forest.

    Written by Chris Brown.

    Produced by Loading Zone - www.loadingzone.co.uk

    • 10 Min.
    How is your son or daughter's mental health?

    How is your son or daughter's mental health?

    Today, Chris chats to Husna Motin and Lea Sawinski, two members of the Loughborough Student Union, the city in which Chris' son Ben attended university, about looking after mental health in these testing times. And for parents, how is your son or daughter's mental health?

    Meet Chris who considered himself just; "A normal guy." At least that was, until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Now nothing is normal, and he's realising nothing ever was normal and nothing, will ever be normal again. My Argument with Grief explores the subject of suicide and how it affects young people in particular, through interviews, daily diaries and studio thoughts.

    Music is from artlist.io, licensed and used by permission by the producer.

    Main closing theme, You're Loving Soul by James Forest.

    Written by Chris Brown.

    Produced by Loading Zone - www.loadingzone.co.uk

    • 28 Min.
    Neurodiversity and me

    Neurodiversity and me

    Neurodiversity. What is it? Today Chris explains what it is and why this word, this description, means something very personal.

    Meet Chris who considered himself just; "A normal guy." At least that was, until his son, aged 22, took his own life. Now nothing is normal, and he's realising nothing ever was normal and nothing, will ever be normal again. My Argument with Grief explores the subject of suicide and how it affects young people in particular, through interviews, daily diaries and studio thoughts.

    Music is from artlist.io, licensed and used by permission by the producer.

    Main closing theme, You're Loving Soul by James Forest.

    Written by Chris Brown.

    Produced by Loading Zone - www.loadingzone.co.uk

    • 12 Min.

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