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Do you think that prejudice against people who reveal themselves suffering from a mental disorder is decreasing? Ask your perception in general. My impression is an impression, which is now accepted to talk about these disorders, but when we refer to someone who suffers from depression, schizophrenia, OCD and related tone is still a whisper. It is not common to speak openly "John does not drink because he is bipolar" as they say offhand that "Ana Lucia not eat the cake because they have diabetes."
feita nos Estados Unidos pelas universidades da Indiana e da Carolina do Norte sobre o estigma envolvendo os transtornos psíquicos. Brought the theme for the account of a recent survey done in the United States by the universities of Indiana and North Carolina on stigma surrounding psychological disorders. In the U.S., the placement of medications for mental disorders, especially depression, is allowed since 1997, so sociologists who led the research assumed that the spread of information, done via ads, help people to stop seeing mental illness as moral weakness or a cause of shame to see it as something that can be treated. But, the researchers came to the conclusion that nothing has changed, the stigma continues unabated even in the face of more precise information about the disorders.
The problem, according to experts, is that this kind of negative reaction from society profoundly affects how patients and their families deal with the issue, as well as to help many people with mental disorders be afraid to seek medical help for fear of being discriminated against.
. When reading about the research, I remembered the movie lovers . The protagonist, Leonard (Joaquin Phoenix) is a bipolar right the first scene tries to kill himself by throwing himself from a pier in Brighton Beach. The film is gorgeous. Besides history, impressed me how the family, the girlfriend, the future father looked Leonard. Always with a mixture of pity and concern, sometimes with a bit of panic. Bipolar I asked a friend what he thought and he said to me is exactly how I look at home.
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