Better But Not Fixed: A Response To My Voices About Employment And Mental Health (Part Two)

In Part One, I posed the following question and answer… https://mentallyillinamerica.com/2020/02/28/better-but-not-fixed-a-response-to-my-voices-about-employment-and-mental-health-part-one/ Question: Why don’t mental health advocates talk more about schizophrenia and related disorders? Answer: It’s not in the agenda. The reason many mental health professionals do not have it in the agenda, has to do with the severity of the illness. It is so […]

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Better But Not Fixed: A Response To My Voices About Employment And Mental Health (Part One)

I feel quite heavily the weight of my decision to share these thoughts, knowing that this will garner the wrong kind of attention. Probably. But, can we be candid for a moment… about schizophrenia and employment? When did we become a society that values employment over diminished health? In taking care of my own diminished […]

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