Mental Health Messaging Needs To Address Social Exclusion

We suggest that those suffering from mental illness be open about their predicament but still socially exclude them for their problems.

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Mental health advocacy and activism have become prominent aspects of modern popular culture. Generally, this has manifested through calls to…

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Philosophy MA Student @ The CUNY Graduate Center

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