In an exclusive interview with TIME, the creator of the popular Facebook quiz “This Is not a Science Experiment” tells TIME that the show is a real-life experiment.
It is a series of 30,000 people answering questions that challenge them to analyze their behavior in a series, called “Questions of the Week.”
The show has been around since 2011, and is viewed by nearly 30 million people each week.
The show, which has been featured on ABC News, CNN, ABC World News, MSNBC and more, asks viewers to choose between two options — “How would you describe yourself?” and “Do you think this person is crazy?”
— and is designed to make the listener feel like they’re a part of a real person’s experience.
The questions are asked to help the viewer understand their own behavior, and help them to identify how they fit into a wider society, according to the show’s creator, Daniel Cimini.
He believes the show has helped millions of people learn about their own mental health.
The creator of “This is Not a Sci-Fi Experiment” on Facebook.
“The show has become a huge hit in the U.S.,” Ciminis told TIME.
“We’ve been really successful at bringing it to more people.
And I think it’s also really helped people who have mental health issues understand the ways they can treat themselves, and to identify that their mental health isn’t a problem.
And it’s not the only thing that people who are diagnosed with mental illness have to deal with.
“I think it has helped them to get the tools they need to take control of their own lives. “
It’s really changed people’s lives,” Ciminas added.
“I think it has helped them to get the tools they need to take control of their own lives.
And to learn to deal in a way that’s more compassionate and loving, to be more self-aware.”
The creator and host of “What to Expect When You’re Expecting.”
In his interview withTIME, Ciminus said the show started off as an experiment in mental health, and eventually became a way for people to learn more about their mental states.
“For us, this was a way to learn something from ourselves,” he said.
“And the show really became a platform to connect people to each other.
We had people come to us and say, ‘I was depressed, I was suicidal.
I had a difficult life.
But I didn’t know what to do.
What did you do to get me through this? And I didn