Tough Times Happen to our Heads

When it comes to mental health, we aren’t quite as understanding as we think we are. According to a study published by the Center of Disease Control, 57% of the general population believes that society at large is caring and sympathetic toward people with mental illness; but only 25% of people with mental health symptoms believed the same thing. Society is less understanding and sympathetic regarding mental illness than it thinks it is. – Mental Health in The Web Industry

Great post on mental health. We need to get it out there and those of us that struggle, even a bit and sometimes, need to tell people about it to help normalize the struggles.

On that note, watch next Friday’s podcast because I was having a really rough day when I recorded it and it’s a bit of a downer, which is where I was at.

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