Common Mental Health Myths Debunked

Cardinal Innovations Healthcare — June 26, 2020 — 2 min read
Myth: Personality flaws/character weaknesses cause mental health problems.

Myth: If I ask someone if they are thinking about killing themselves, it will put the idea in their head.

Myth: People with mental illness are violent and dangerous.

False, false, false. Tune in to find out the truth about common mental health myths and why your words matter to those diagnosed with a mental illness. Meenal Khajuria discusses the reality of mental illness and offers advice and resources for those and the loved ones of those who have mental health problems.

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