Those who share their voices on Stigma Breakers are standing up to break the silence against the stigma of mental health. Mental health is not a bad thing; talking about it does not make you weak. If anything, vulnerability makes you stronger. By speaking up, you are helping people understand mental health and helping people struggling with mental health. We encourage you to stand with us.
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From teenage suicide attempt to Psychology senior, Constance knows there is hope.
She wants other Asian-Americans to know the same: therapy is one of the tools in your toolkit.
I had an awful time in high school, and all the while, on the inside, I was struggling with my internal homophobia.
The first break up was the hardest. He was seeing a future with her that ended with them having a family.
I wanted to show that I was more than the stigma and suffering.
“Getting the diagnosis was a big turning point for me.”
Empty turned to loneliness, which turned to helplessness.