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Peer mentors offer personal approach to mental health

KANSAS CITY, KAN. — Susan Haynes used to have panic attacks seven times a day. Sometimes, she would fall out of her chair. Sometimes, she would stop breathing. “I could just fall down, just collapse and look like I was having a seizure or stroke,” she said. “It was pretty scary.” For years,

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