I've tried everything to escape this feeling, so why pretend that I have it all put together? Thank you for all you're doing to lift the burden off of people who have problems with their mental health, who feel lost, who are not sure what to do, and sometimes they're ashamed to acknowledge they have anything that's bothering them. But mental health is health. I really do believe that we can make change and it starts at the places where people spend the most time. I mean, our youth spends so much time with their friend communities, mainly at school. We're focused on working on mental health and making accessible to people, having school counselors, school psychologists. -- and they have to understand the barriers too -- like language, like culture. It doesn't matter what age you are. I think mental health is really a crucial issue. You know, all of us are working on making some of the bigger policy changes that will get more te -- counselors into schools, that will help train more people that provide mental health, that would use technology more effectively to provide care across the country. But we also want individuals to know that they have an important role to play here. It starts with people standing up, telling their stories, whether they're soldiers in the military, leaders like the President and the First Lady. When they hear your story and the story of others, they realize, "Hey, I'm not alone." And that's really the goal here is, we want people to not suffer in silence and alone. We want them to be able to get help they need. I don't take my platform lightly. I'm not perfect. I'm human. I have things that I walk through. That's why I feel like people like me, hopefully, can be the other side of the voice and say, "Hey, I don't look like I'm done up every five seconds."" I don't have it all put together. I have had to work through this. I've tried everything to escape this feeling. So why pretend that I have it all put together? People look at you and say, "Look at this talented person, and she's telling me she had a problem? Oh, well, I guess that's okay -- okay to ask for help." You know, we -- we are in a really special moment now where, because of the pandemic, not only are unfortunately so many people in pain and suffering more, but many people are also waking up to the idea that we've got to take a different path in how we address mental health. You know, with something as negative as and horrible as the pandemic, maybe this can be a positive outcome, that the stigma can be lifted that surrounds mental health, and people will be more accepting of it and -- and try to help others. I really hope so. I hope I can do my part, and I sure know you guys are doing your part. So I thank you. Thanks [Crosstalk of thanks]. And thank your mom who's over there. Yes. Mama, thank you.