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Is Mental Illness the Rule Rather than the Exception?

When we hear about the number of people who struggle with psychiatric disorders, the most common quote is 1 in 5 for any given year. This...
By aemetha, Mar 20, 2017 | | |
  1. Somewhere in the middle
    "Very interesting read"
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Mar 21, 2017
    This article has some very interesting points. In a sense having a mental health issue (illness), at least sometime in ones life would be the new "norm" then? I wonder how many of those that were found to have mental health problems, had ones along the more severe or debilitating lines.

    With the numbers in this study that high, it would only make sense to have risen on a global level as well, what then would make the stigma be more accepting? For specific diagnosis as well as overall?
  2. detoxin momma
    4/5, 4 out of 5, reviewed Mar 20, 2017
    4 stars only because of the format....you mean to tell me, you taught me the code, and didnt use it yourself??

    good story though.
    perro-salchicha614 and aemetha like this.