Sometimes, someone else says the things that we feel passionately about better than we do. It really is a waste of time to reinvent the wheel, so I’m going to post this link to an article that I’d like all of you to read, if you would be so kind.
My friend Martha Anne Tudor, who once wrote for the New York Times herself, sent this to me yesterday.
Juliann Garey writes eloquently in When Doctors Discriminate about how having a mental illness, just having it, sometimes leads to suboptimal medical care.
“Last year the World Health Organization called the stigma and discrimination endured by people with mental health conditions a hidden human rights emergency.”
Please read this article, think about it, comment on it, and share it with others.
Have a great Tuesday.