What are the Warning Signs of Mental Illness?

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clock-NN.jpeg Five Warning Signs of Mental Illness that People Miss
Some warning signs, like avoidance, are often overlooked as potential symptoms of mental illness.
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What are the Warning Signs?
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“It was hard at first to understand why I was acting out. To some, it looked like a rocky childhood coming-of-age. However, looking back, the warning signs of mental illness were glaringly obvious.”

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"Anxiety and fear are words often used interchangeably, but they are not the same."
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It’s essential to learn what the symptoms actually look like to reduce stigma and encourage people to seek help.
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Psychosis-NN_1.jpeg My Daughter’s First Episode of Psychosis
"Getting your child the right treatment, diagnosis and medication can make all the difference."
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