Baring Body and Soul, Ben, The Naked Professor

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The Naked Professor

Ben uses striking naked images of himself, often in dramatic locations, as a way to draw attention to his writing on mental health. He says that in the early part of his life he was living on autopilot and felt unable to show his sensitive side. This led to anxiety, depression, feelings of emptiness, and sexual and relationship problems. He says that now he’s able to show more vulnerability, he is able to understand and tune out the voice in his head that wants him to stay in his comfort zone, as well as expressing more emotion and gratitude.

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