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What’s the relationship between poverty and mental health? If you’ve never been poor, you may be surprised to learn how poverty affects every aspect of life – and how that can have a damaging impact on mental health.
“Being taken seriously meant looking the part of a well-off person.” We’re taught that wealthy people are more deserving of respect – are any of these ideas about class and “looking rich” familiar to you?
“It’s just a phase.” You’ve probably come across negative bisexual stereotypes – but do you know how they affect the mental health of bisexual people? This article shows how you can help, and why it’s so important to do so.