The approach to mental health
Mental health difficulties is a meaningful human experience. We all have mental health that is determined by biological, psychological, and social factors. We face a variety of challenges in life such as loss, rejection, failure, stress at work, poverty, physical health problems, violence, discrimination, and more. Behind every symptom described in psychiatric diagnoses lies the same meaningful human experience. It can be extremely difficult to survive and make sense of the experience if no help is received for a long time, the assitance is inadequate or the environment repels and isolates the person.
Recovery is possible for everyone, regardless of diagnosis. Similar things help us all: having hope, connecting with other people, meaningful activities, the ability to recognize our emotions and needs, as well as personalized mental health services that make people feel respected.
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