In this new paradigm, there is simply illness and wellness.

Originally published on January 7, 2012 in PsychologyToday.com

A minority of mental health professionals and researchers, along with a larger number of  laypeople  are rethinking mental illness. Many, especially those identifying with the "recovery movement," are choosing to view mental disorders as in no way separate from the physical kind. Nor do they view such disturbances as necessarily abnormal. The word "differences" is often...

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Published on February 10, 2012 09:05 • 160 views
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message 1: by Patty (new)

Patty It is about time that people and professionals view mental health issues no different than physical health issues, as they are all part of the human body.


message 2: by Victoria (new)

Victoria Costello Patty wrote: "It is about time that people and professionals view mental health issues no different than physical health issues, as they are all part of the human body."

Isn't it odd that this should be a "radical" concept? Thanks for sharing your thoughts.


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