These women are working to break mental health stereotypes
May is National Mental Health Awareness month, and women are sharing personal stories about their experiences in effort to end stigmas surrounding mental health diagnoses. Amy Keller, editor-in-chief of Women’s Health magazine says people who suffer from mental illnesses are not necessarily the people you have in mind.
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