When We Fear Others Because of Their Mental Illness, We Fear a Part of Ourselves

Where we reject those who suffer, we also reject a part of ourselves and our humanity recedes one more step. Where we honor those in need, we use the power that we have to help ourselves and humanity to move towards a better way. 

If you (or your son or daughter or parent) were living with a mental illness or substance use experience, how would you like to be treated?

For the rest of the article, “Please Don’t Hate Me Because I Have a Mental Illness,” click on photo.

Keep it Real

Photo by Johnathan Kos-Read


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