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The conversation about mental health has become so focused on mild to moderate illness and stigma reduction that it does a disservice to people living with mental illness at the more debilitating end of the spectrum, fueling misunderstanding of the nature and risks of these illnesses and under-resourcing of treatment.
Furthermore, the narrative that “mental illness does not discriminate” and “mental illness can happen to anybody,” which has been important in tackling stigma, has had the unintended consequence of disguising the political and economic dimensions of the way that mental suffering, and the treatment of suffering, is unfairly distributed.
They are not the great all-purpose painkillers they’ve been cracked up to be.
Investigators examined the link between healthy lifestyle with the risk for incident depressive symptoms.
Participants in the psychoeducational cognitive behavioural therapy group had significantly lower rehospitalization rates than those in the extended clinical management group.
These data highlight the necessity of more targeted interventions for patients with a history of high-risk behavior, such as self-harm or suicide ideation.
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