Traditions are usually an important trait for a community to hang on to, but when passed down norms limit a person's ability to act, feel and express emotions, some experts say it's time to do away with them. Dan McMillan, a mental health therapist with AHS Cochrane addiction and mental health, has helped line up a film "The Mask You Live In" and panel discussion at the Cochrane RancheHouse May 2 to address the issue of men adhering to stereotypical roles of masculinity and how it affects their mental wellness. The event is part of Mental Health Awareness week and is meant to start a conversation about the importance of men moving away from traditional masculinity in terms of handling emotions. The aim of the evening is to raise an understanding of what a healthy version of being masculine looks like and how to do away with traits that are damaging.
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Chambers was the group's original bass player but left in ; he is featured on the band's first four albums. Rager and Chambers began playing together, practicing in Chambers's bedroom in a back house off Church Street in the Castro District. In early , Clark, a childhood friend of Rager, moved from Los Angeles to San Francisco and became the third member of the band. Garrod, also a SFSU student, joined soon after. In the lates, Tea Leaf Green began performing throughout San Francisco, becoming the de facto house band at the Elbo Room for a period in The band's first album, eponymously titled, was produced by Jimmy Foot and engineered by Jimmy and Susie Foot. It was released on Bongo Boy Records and featured twelve original compositions, including songs such as "Professor's Blues", "Asphalt Funk", and "California", all of which remained part of the band's live repertoire for years. In the early part of the s, Tea Leaf Green was an integral member of a burgeoning rock music revitalization in San Francisco that also featured bands such as Animal Liberation Orchestra and New Monsoon.