If you can't find enough people to talk about Avpd, you might need to focus on the specific details of what makes up Avpd like Major depression, Severe Social Anxiety, fear of going outside, and the others that make us Avpd.
I also want either in the same video or maybe a separate video that I call Normals that are trying to be in a relationship with someone that has Avpd. A Normal is anyone that does not have a mental health issue. As an example of what I am looking for, please see this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_y97VF5UJcc
Once the video is done, I will be posting it on my web site, Youtube, and possibly making copies on DVDs to send to various mental health org and even churches. So a good professional well-done video is critical.
APRTC is part of Needs Met Inc., which is the 501c3. Restoring Minds deals with mental needs. We focus on a disorder called Avoidant Personality Disorder (Avpd). Avpd is a mental condition that includes things like Major Depression, Severe Social Anxiety and various fears.
As I am sure you are aware, mental disorders are running rampant in our society. To see evidence of this, all one has to do is watch the news The news is full of stories of mass killings, suicide, suicide by cop, school shootings and many other violent crimes.
Many of the people that carried out these atrocities were mentally ill and suffered from Avoidant Personality, Major Depression and other mental conditions. These might have been able to be avoided if the perpetrators had received the help that they needed.
It is to this end that Needs Met and Restoring Minds want to help. We are a very small nonprofit with a very big vision. We want to help those with Avpd and these other mental conditions find the help that they need.
We are in the process of writing a book about Avpd, and developing online classes to help teach those with mental disorders tools that will help them cope with their disorder and pointing them to places where they can get additional help.
Our mission is to Research these mental conditions and teach anyone how to help those with these disorders.