Debunking common myths associated with mental disorders

Alexus Baldwin | Contributing Writer It is common for people to be more sympathetic for someone who is being afflicted by something that can be physically seen, such as a person who has lost their skin pigment in patches due to vitiligo. However, when someone is suffering from a mental disorder and other psychiatric issues, it can be far less noticeable, unless time is spent with them daily. In today’s society, people tend to keep their pain very secretive in fear of judgment and shame. Dr. Stanley Jones, former professor from Youngstown, Ohio, said that because teens perceive oral therapy … Continue reading Debunking common myths associated with mental disorders