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Mental illnesses are health conditions that ichanges in emotion, thinking or behavior (or a combination of these). 

Mental illnesses are associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social, work or family activities, and much more.

Mental illness does not discriminate. It can affect anyone. 

It can take on many forms but it is important that if you notice you are not feeling well, that you see a professional. 

When meeting with the professional they will be able to assess your struggles, needs, and history to determine a DIAGNOSIS.

This diagnosis helps professionals address your specific needs. 

There are different types of mental health disorders. 

7 of them are:

  • Anxiety disorders

----this includes including panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and phobias.

  • Mood disorders

-----this includes depression, bipolar disorder, and more.

  • Eating disorders.

  • Personality disorders.

  • Post-traumatic stress disorder.

  • Psychotic disorders

-----this includes schizophrenia

Once you are given a diagnosis you’re able to Learning new coping skills that are helpful for that disorder, how to manage thoughts, behaviors, and emotions are good starting points for managing anxiety and depression. 

Information is power.

We just need to be proactive and not shameful about mental illness.

It is up to you to express your need for help and combat the habits, thoughts and fears that accompany mental illness. 

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