Brain health is commonly called mental health but for generations, the word mental health had a stigma attached to it that many people associated with “he’s a bit crazy.”
For years talking about mental health was almost taboo in many sectors. It was only two years ago that a handful of people began to listen, talk and encourage people to open up about the many, many different types of mental health.
After attending my first day-long meeting about suicide prevention and the many types of mental health, several . . .
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