Is mental illness stigmatized in your country?

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Here in the US most of the attitudes and policies towards mental illness are from these two groups of j*rk-offs.
  • Those ignoramuses who think all mentally ill people belong in mental hospitals.
  • Those ignoramuses who think all mentally ill people are just “acting” or should just “tough it out”.
Very black and white way of thinking. There are very few organizations who are actually informed/educated on mental illness and know it’s not that simple but they lack the necessary funding to actually help the mentally ill on a nationwide scale. Unfortunately most of the societal influence comes from those two groups of j*rk-offs listed above which makes it very hard for the mentally ill to come forward and discuss their mental health issues. Not to mention that those two groups also tend to assume that the mentally ill are somehow at fault for their own mental illnesses. It also doesn’t help that there’s a certain political movement that likes to politicize mental health science in a similar way to how the Soviets used mental health science to persecute dissidents.
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