Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. It is not brought on by choice. You are not "crazy" for having depression, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, anxiety, etc. Erase the stigma of mental illness. And don't be ashamed to get help.
I hate it when people use mental disorders as adjectives, especially the bipolar one. My mom actually does have bipolar, we both have OCD, and I do get panic attacks.a lot. Mental disorders are not something to joke about, ever!
Stigma erodes confidence that mental illnesses are real, treatable health conditions. We have allowed stigma to erect barriers around effective treatment and recovery. It is time to take those barriers down.
I hate when people say there mood is so bipolar. You have no idea what you are talking about. It is a chronic mental illness that is beyond difficult to deal with at times! ~ Bipolar & all mental illnesses are not anyone's fault. They cannot control it.
Picture of Mental Health Infographic. Anxiety is under the most counted mental illness in this info graph. Anxiety does not fall short in television representation. TV shows like True Life: I have social anxiety and Social Anxiety (TV Series where
‘Faith & Mental Health’- Bulletin insert for Mental Health Awareness Month is May. The United Methodist General Boards of Church & Society (GBCS) and Global Ministries (GBGM) have created a new resource for local congregations to observe Mental Health Awa