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How to Support a Loved One Struggling with Mental Health

How to Support a Loved One Struggling with Mental Health

Jan 5, 2022-- "Every one of us has mental health in the same way that every one of us has physical health. Yet despite the prevalence of mental health struggles, there is still so much stigma around them. Worldwide the leading cause of disability is depression, according to the World Health Organization, and in the US alone, nearly 1 in 5 of adults lives with a mental illness. As a mental health therapist-in-training and the founder of Brown Girl Therapy, the largest mental health community for children of immigrants living in the West, I regularly get asked this question: 'How can I support a loved one who is struggling with their mental health?'" Sahaj Kaur Kohli shares her perspectives on the do's and don'ts of being there for those we care about. (4924 reads)


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