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mental health awareness

“Making profits off of mental illness isn’t cute.”
"When I had that smile on no one questioned anything," Chris Nihmey said.
“I would love her to have met Catherine and to have seen the children grow up."
I was certain something was going to take her away from me, that my time with her was limited. My fear made us prisoner to our home, our safe space. I wanted to run with her to keep her from everyone and anything that could harm her. Going to the grocery store was no longer a chore, it appeared life-threatening.
The social media platform is helping break the stigma around mental health.
"I tried it and it worked."
The main problem I faced was a distorted belief system. I felt that love came with accomplishments and accolades. I didn't believe that I was good enough to love as is. When love is missing, a lot of negative stuff comes out of the woodwork: anger, resentment, fear, jealousy.
There's a serious gap in the health-care system when it comes to treating patients with obsessive compulsive and related disorders. And limited knowledge is to blame. Most community doctors aren't fully informed on the ways to diagnose and treat OCD and related disorders, and patients are often going undiagnosed for years.
Nip it in the bud before it gets worse.
It's been nearly 20 years since the Princess of Wales died.