In last ten years, the US has undergone several terrible acts of violence that have taken the lives of many innocent people. The disregard for human life does not discriminate against age, gender, location, or religion.
Worries, doubts, and fear are all part of a healthy life.
Emotions are a natural state based on a specific situation an individual is experiencing. Some individuals have different patterns of emotional temperament which leads them to handle situations in different ways. Emotional processing, however, is a standard process that facilitates our response.
Mental health isn’t a destination, it is a process.
What do a WWE champion, cheerleader, chef, and Navy vet have in common? They’ve dealt with mental illness and want everyone to know that it’s OK to talk about it. We interviewed these Chicagoans about their experiences for Mental Illness Awareness Week, October 1 to 7.
A quote by Shannon L. Alder about Mental Illness.
A Khalid Latif video lesson: Stand For Hope.
Here, you can learn facts about Mental Illnesses from The National Institute of Mental Health.
Mental illness affects many people every year. Educating ourselves, learning about it, and doing for those less fortunate is how we will overcome stigma. Times have changed, and the mental illness stigma that exists needs to end. Let us join together and fight against these debilitating disorders.