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Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness #theirrationalmind #mentalillness #mentalhealth theirrationalmind.com

Ending the Stigma of Mental Illness #theirrationalmind #mentalillness #mentalhealth theirrationalmind.com

#9: Mental Health America is a website that offers mental health information regarding PTSD.  This website discusses symptoms of PTSD, treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure therapy, medication, support groups, relaxation, excise, and keeping a journal.

#9: Mental Health America is a website that offers mental health information regarding PTSD. This website discusses symptoms of PTSD, treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure therapy, medication, support groups, relaxation, excise, and keeping a journal.

Sometimes there will be a negative association attached to a mental health challenge and that is called a stigma. These associations tend to just see the person as their disorder and not as an individual. This pin supports the end of using stigma to characterize individuals who are so much more than their disorder.

Sometimes there will be a negative association attached to a mental health challenge and that is called a stigma. These associations tend to just see the person as their disorder and not as an individual. This pin supports the end of using stigma to characterize individuals who are so much more than their disorder.

"Mental health stigma is a real problem but reducing mental health stigma is not impossible. Learn the top 10 ways to reduce mental health stigma". Learn more in HealthyPlace." www.HealthyPlace.com

"Mental health stigma is a real problem but reducing mental health stigma is not impossible. Learn the top 10 ways to reduce mental health stigma". Learn more in HealthyPlace." www.HealthyPlace.com

"Mental health stigma often suggests the mentally ill sit down and shut up. The author argues change only occurs when those with mental health conditions speak." www.HealthyPlace.com

"Mental health stigma often suggests the mentally ill sit down and shut up. The author argues change only occurs when those with mental health conditions speak." www.HealthyPlace.com