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High-Functioning Depression: Part 2

We wrote about high-functioning depression earlier on this blog; you can find Part 1 here. That post covered what it is and why it is important to talk about it. We are returning to this topic to address the stigma surrounding high-functioning depression and why that stigma can be dangerous.     The Struggle of Having … Continue reading High-Functioning Depression: Part 2

High-Functioning Depression

What It Is and Why It Is Important to Talk About It The stereotypes about people with mental illnesses are just as harmful as social stigma. These stereotypes negatively affect our perception of who we think can be affected by depression and who can’t. There are certain symptoms that come with a diagnosis, but mental … Continue reading High-Functioning Depression

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