The Decade That Changed The Way We Think About Mental Health
Lindsay Holmes examines the most prominent mental health events that went down in the last 10 years and what else needs to be done to erase stigma.
There’s still a long way to go before we’re a mental health-positive, stigma-free society. Many people still don’t think about mental illnesses in the same way as other illnesses, such as cancer or diabetes. There are still extreme barriers to getting treatment, like the expense and the lack of providers. People in power still blame mental health for mass shootings far too often and use derogatory mental health language when discussing opponents.
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