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Part 1: Combatting The Stigma Around Mental Illness 

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According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. have a mental health problem, and 24.7 % of those with mental illnesses have unmet treatment needs. Something that affects your thinking, feeling or mood is referred to as a mental health condition. It presents differently in different people, […]

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Part 2: Overcoming The Stigma Of Mental Illness

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When someone has an unfavorable opinion of you because you have a characteristic or personal attribute that is seen to be, or actually is a disadvantage, this is known as a stigma. Negative attitudes and views against people with mental illnesses are unfortunately frequent. Stigmas can also lead to discrimination. Some of the harmful effects […]

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Part 3: Talking about Mental Health

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Diagnosing a mental health condition is an important first step, as well as outlining preferences and goals. There is no one-size-fits-all treatment, but a combination of therapy, medication, and self-care make recovery a reality for most people experiencing mental illness.   One important way to help people take the first step in addressing their mental health […]

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Part 4: Three Tips to Support Someone with a Mental Illness 

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May has been used across the world as Mental Health Awareness Month since 1949. Each year, Mental Health America chooses a theme. The theme for 2022 is Back to Basics which focuses on teaching people the fundamentals of mental health. The COVID-19 pandemic impacted everyone. The Kaiser Family Foundation found that during the pandemic, 4 […]

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Part 5: Four Steps to Support Mental Health in the Workplace

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May is observed as Mental Health Awareness Month, yet mental health is essential year-round.  How you think, feel and act can change over time due to workload, stress, and work-life balance, and all can impact your mental health. Although the COVID pandemic has been difficult, its mental toll has allowed for increased transparency and empathy […]

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