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Cameron: fame, change and isolation

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How Mad Are You proved otherwise. Cameron was one of five people with a history of mental illness who was mixed in with five others for a panel of experts to observe.

The aim was for the experts to observe and assess each person to determine who they deemed had mental illness. Cameron found the experience eye-opening.“I thought that having schizophrenia meant that my brain was schizophrenic, but it’s not as cumbersome as that.”How Mad Are You helped show Cameron – and the audience – that mental illness was not the whole picture to a whole person."Schizophrenia is just a part of my brain; my brain can function at a relatively normal level when it needs to.

That’s something that’s given me a lot of confidence.”He’s changed roles: becoming a dad brought with it new challenges and new rewards.

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