Editor’s Note: While this comic asks people to avoid trivializing mental illnesses, it’s also true that self-diagnosis is often the first step towards seeking mental healthcare. For more information on the usefulness of self-diagnosis, please see this article. To learn more, check out: 5 Unhelpful Things People Say to Trivialize Mental Health Issues A […]
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