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Mental illness doesn’t care about success or how many friends you have

There is still stigma attached to mental illness and a mistaken belief that it happens to introverted people who don’t have many friends or family to turn to, or it only happens to people who have limited success in life and so have a valid reason to feel depressed or anxious.

Clearly, neither of these is true. It can happen to anyone Many people who have studied and taken part in psychiatric nurse practitioner programs and have gone on to have successful careers in this profession, will confirm mental health issues can and do affect anyone, at any time in their life.

It doesn’t matter whether you have one or two close friends or a wide network of friends and family around you. It may even seem like you’re okay when those closest to you see

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