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RT @YinkaVidal: #MHStigma T3 Can we openly discuss mental illness in group format instead of behind the doors of psychiatrists? Possible?
RT @twirlandswirl: T3 Definitely normalizing of mental illness. Most effective - but hardest! - step is for those with it to be open examples. #MHStigma
RT @jchevinsky: Cultural contexts also need to be considered when thinking about mental illness - 'normal' reactions may vary #mhstigma
T2 What are common misconceptions people may have about depression, mental illness? #MHStigma
RT @CoachSharlotte: Q4. What support can we give the #men in our lives who may have mental illness? #MHPChat
RT @CoachSharlotte: Q2. How can we reduce the stigma men feel when diagnosed with a mental illness? #MHPChat
RT @theyoganurse: #bioethx curious how many here have family with #mentalillness? My mom, aunt, grandmother & son to name a few. Me? I'm so called 'normal.'
RT @jchevinsky: T1 IMO also feelings that if diagnosed with mental illness, then physical symptoms might be ignored or written off #bioethx
RT @nxtstop1: Thx 2 you all,&to Jen,Gia & Andrew- 4 desire to tackle Stigma in Mental Illness.All R human w/our foibles/our struggles>compassion~ #bioethx
RT @jchevinsky: T2 It seems to me that the more debilitating the mental illness, generally the more stigmatized it is #bioethx
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