Mental illness is often thought of only as an adult concern. But about half of mental illnesses begin to reveal themselves in childhood. What is the state of children’s mental health and how is it different from that of adults?
Mental illness has a stigma like no other! this is a recipe for poverty as no one wants to employ someone with a mental illness! Despite policies and legislation to the contrary people are quickly put out to pasture,out of sight out of mind,and isn't it lovely employment figures make politicians raise a smile!
If Mental Illnesses Were Monsters… Here’s What They’d Probably Look Like
This is a quick video of how stigma can be attached to many mental disorders. Stigma plays a role in your life without you to even realize. In this video, it will help you understand what stigma is, how it may affect you and ways you can decrease it.
Mental Illnesses & neuro-biochemical disorders we fight & try to control every day. We don't want pity--we ask for moments of understanding & compassion. We use therapy, trial-and-error medication "cocktails, " & every available tool yet suffer days where we are simply overwhelmed by life. ~ kira sunbird
The majority of girls i have dated have been like this. And ive never regretted a second. Its worth it. Its hard watching someone in pain and not being able to help. But its worth it if you love them. I myself am like this as well (which im assuming is why i get left all the time. Ive never been given a direct reason) But loving a person with a mental disorder is not a problem.
"Series of art created by Toby Allen @ZestyDoesThings that reimagines several mental illnesses as monsters. The series is called "Real Monsters," and Allen also gives an explanation of what each of these monsters do when they attack you. It's mental illness explained through the eyes of an artist." via @GeekTyrant
Mental Illness Monsters Explained Through The Eyes of an Artist