A lot of people don’t want to admit that they’ve had a mental illness.
A lot, in fact, think that if they do they’ll just end up in a mental hospital.
They’re not necessarily wrong, but they’re also not helpful in their fight against relapse.
So how do you change your mind and how do it change your behaviour?
Here’s what you need to know.
How to Stop Being a Problem for Mental Illness Denial is the fear that you will get sick again if you have a mental health problem.
People who are afraid to admit to having a mental problem often go back on their medications, or switch doctors.
This can lead to more problems, and a longer and more expensive course of treatment.
And this is often not a bad thing.
It can help people who are struggling with a mental condition get on with life.
But for people who’ve suffered a mental disease, denial is not helpful.
It’s often just part of the illness.
If you’ve had the mental illness for a long time, it can start to hurt to admit it.
And it can also take a toll on your health.
When we talk about denial, it often means that we don’t understand the condition that we have, and we don, in turn, don’t know how to help someone who’s struggling.
It also means that people don