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For most of us in this line of work every month is mental health month and we are all too intimately familiar with the anguish and despair we hear from those who are struggling.

For many who reach out to us “mental health” is elusive and full of negative experiences with others who don’t understand what depression or anxiety or having thoughts of suicide really feels like.

Well-intentioned but not helpful comments like, “you just need to get some fresh air” or “pull yourself up” only reinforce stigma and shame.

People reach out to us to be heard and not forgotten.

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