14-year old Author & Poet is changing the way we look at Mental Health | #Unscripted Life | Clive Vanderwagen | Jess Robus | #Podcast | #ebizradio

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What were you doing when you were 14? Meet Jess Robus, author, poet and mental health activist. When our young teenagers are so open with their own mental health journey and then tackle the world of publishing, marketing and public speaking, we have to stand back and listen.

#UnscriptedLife, is exclusive to ebizradio.com and host, Clive Vanderwagen connects weekly with ordinary, yet extra-ordinary South Africans and we hear their stories. Today he is joined by Jess Robus, a 14-year old, grade 10 pupil who is brave enough to step up and speak out on Mental Health. She is also an author and has recently launched her latest work – A Few Slivers of Light.

Follow Jess Robus on Social MediaWebsite   / Instagram   / Facebook  / YouTube        

A Few Slivers of Light is self-published – available for purchase online

Amazon, via Jess Robus’s website or via PayStack

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