Last week i. e. October 7-14 was organized and celebrated as Mental Health Week by the Mental Health Council, as per a recent report. And the aim was the same, to make more and more people aware and help the victims come forward and open up.
As per the council's belief, one in every five Australians may get a mental illness this year. Therefore, such an event was necessary to end the fear related to these ailments. It is being said that many, in fact a majority, people take mental problems as a thing of disgrace and as a stigmatic issue.
It is essential that they all get timely treatment instead of wasting time in thinking about others' comments. Since, such illnesses may sometimes also prove as a crippling brain disease, while causing problems to one's physical well-being.
These ailments can in fact sometimes also end up in destroying confidence and self-esteem of one with shame and guilt. The team suggests that one should consider treating his mental disease, rather than taking it as a diagnosis. It would help him get well and fully recovered.
The week is a great opportunity to grow and connect with other to fight for a noble cause.
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