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Love this, I believe mental health is very misunderstood and as someone who's parent has suffered from mental health issues for many years I think it's statements like this that help open people's eyes. I wish more people would learn facts instead of judge.

Love this, I believe mental health is very misunderstood. I think it's statements like this that help open people's eyes. I wish more people would learn facts instead of judge. This includes depression, and a whole host of other mental problems.

1 in 5 people will suffer from depression, anxiety, anorexia, or other mental illness in their lifetime.

Exposing the facts surrounding mental illnesses if you suffer from it yourself is the best factual knowledge cones from first hand experience not a text book

This speaks volumes! We need to talk about mental illness, it's the only way to improve the stigma.

Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. It is not brought on by choice. You are not "crazy" for having depression, bipolar disorder, panic attacks, anxiety, etc. Erase the stigma of mental illness. And don't be ashamed to get help.

How people in our society, with mental illness, are often treated.

"Just Snap Out Of it." Is it any wonder why 2 out of 3 people living with mental illness suffer in silence? 2 out of 3 people don't seek treatment because of stigma.

moments when my thoughts go like and i just want to cry. This is what someone that suffers from depression or anxiety or PTSD or any other mental illness feels like on a daily basis. These struggles are ones that can't be seen by someone else's eye. So don't judge unless you can say with all certainty you have walked in their shoes

moments when my thoughts go like and i just want to cry. This is what someone that suffers from depression or anxiety or PTSD or any other mental illness feels like on a daily basis. These struggles are ones that can't be seen by someone else's eye.