1. The Problem With Mental Health Awareness

    The Problem With Mental Health Awareness

    The Problem With Mental Health Awareness The Problem With Mental Health Awareness Billboards and hashtags won’t fix America’s mental health crises. Bookmark January 25, 2021 A recreation of the Peanuts psychiatric clinic is seen on Wadas Avenue in Upper Darby, Pa. The need for mental health has increased during the Covid-19 pandemic. (Pete Bannan / Getty) Subscribe to The Nation Subscribe now for as little as $2 a month! Subscribe to The Nation Subscribe now for as little as $2 a month!

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    1. By raising awareness of the normalcy and importance of mental health care, others will be less fearful of the stigma.
    2. I find them generally well intentioned.
    3. I generally think mental health awareness falls into describing mental illness as either something it isn't, such as being the same as a broken limb; or basically just describes depression and no other mental health issues.
    4. Knowing that if I have another mental breakdown like I did last year then my fiancé and I will be homeless makes me feel like the Sword of Damocles is just hovering over every choice I make.
    5. We have a fight-or-flight response to job issues and anything that may prevent our ability to work because everything depends on having a job, even health care, even if you're too sick to work.
    6. I've probably been the most angry I've ever been in my life during this recession pandemic, and it comes out in episodes of depression and anger and annoyance much of the time.
    7. Like many disabled people I live in a state of rage, which is not conducive to maintaining my mental health.
    8. I feel like pretty much every policy I want—Medicare for All, getting rid of at-will employment, guaranteed housing—would improve mental health conditions.
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