Month: April 2019

stigma

We Shouldn’t make Exceptions For Family When Talking About Mental Health

Family members shouldn’t be given a free pass when they make stigmatising comments about mental illness. There’s always one isn’t there? Sometimes there’s two or more. I’m talking about family and that person who makes inappropriate statements. It can be super awkward when you live with a mental illness and that individual starts saying something […]

stigma

Talking About Mental Illness Isn’t Attention Seeking

I talk about my mental illness, a lot. I’m not ashamed of that. Living with mental illness is a huge part of my life and I can’t ignore that fact. Unfortunately, being so honest leaves me open to criticism. Mostly, that I’m attention seeking. Why is talking met with such ferocious negativity? People think we’re […]

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