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Stereotypes stop people from getting help

February 26, 2013
The Leader Herald

Newtown, flooding, the plight of our military members, the flu, unemployment, foreclosures and high prices have been just a few of our personal and community stressors and heartbreaks during the past few years. While stress alone doesn't cause mental illness, it can trigger the onset in predisposed individuals and worsen the symptoms of those who are affected already. For this reason, I believe it's way past time for all of our families, friends and neighbors to seriously discuss mental health.

 
 
 

 

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