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    The stigma around mental health is still a big issue. Let's break that stigma and be more accepting and understanding of others. We're all just humans trying to live our lives to the fullest. Remember, you never know what someone is going through, so let's be a positive impact on their lives.
    That quote about judging invisible illnesses really hits home. We should treat everyone equally and with kindness. We've made progress, but there's still a long way to go. Take care of your own mental health, and if you see someone struggling, don't be afraid to reach out. Sometimes a simple "Are you okay?" can make a huge difference.
    That toolkit you mentioned sounds interesting. It's awesome to have resources available to help ourselves and others. I also came across an anxiety hotline, which could help someone.

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    Arts & craft, now in acrylic painting/crocheting/diamond painting, or drown myself in music with a lot of synthesizers.

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    You never know what someone's dealing with, so let's be kind and supportive!

    That quote on judging invisible illnesses hits home! Let's treat everyone equally, showing empathy and compassion. Progress has been made, but we've still got a ways to go. Don't forget to care for your own mental health, and if you spot someone struggling, reach out! A simple "Are you okay?" can work wonders.

    That toolkit and anxiety hotline sound awesome! Having resources to help ourselves and others is crucial. Speaking of which, have you checked out the "early signs of schizophrenia"? Understanding such signs can make a big difference in supporting others.

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    I have to say that mental illness, clinical depression in particular, is worse than any physical pain I have ever known of. Unless you've been to the deepest and darkest depths of a hole possible, it is hard to even fathom. It's truly horrific how our minds can turn in against ourselves. Everyone who has been through it is a survivor of a version of Hell.
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