Whenever I go to a networking meeting, I usually meet at least one person who has a family member or close friend with a mental illness. Usually, these people are barely eating anything and are self-medicating
I recently worked with a client who had some symptoms that were causing her some concern. Because her symptoms are as of yet barely perceptible, she was dismissed by both her GP and her specialist.
This week I was approached by several people who all had siblings with mental health issues, namely, bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, and schitzophrenia. Interesting, one thing they all had in common
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a common mental illness that affects about 8% of the population. If left untreated, it can persist for many years. It affects women more than men and typically starts before