Conversation about Mental Health Goes Beyond Depression and Anxiety
Even though anxiety is the most compatible in college-aged pupils, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, dissociative disorder, eating disorders, etc. are all affecting this demographic at a tremendous rate than any other group. Why is this? To reflect this issue, you must first ask yourself, why is mental health awkward to talk about?
If there is something corporeally altered with us, such as a broken bone, it is challenging to hide. You will require additional assistance, people to lean on for comfort. If you have something mentally wrong with you it is not as sheer.
The foremost purpose of why people do not address mental ailment is that they seem like no one else is experiencing from the same concerns.
When we are taught in middle school about mental illness it is generalized and explained as the most isolating ailment. Beyond depression and anxiety, no other mental disorders are talked about, nor are they normalized. When you are taught that mental well-being is not as essential as physical well-being, you depreciate your consideration to mental health because as long as you look alright you are ok.
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