Topic: stigma

Recovery Day Winnipeg Helping To End Stigma of Addiction and Recovery

Recovery Day Winnipeg Helping To End Stigma of Addiction and Recovery

St. Raphael Wellness Centre (SRWC) and Aurora Recovery Centre are hosting Recovery Day Winnipeg 2020 September 12 from 5 pm to 7 pm Due to the COVID pandemic, this year’s event is online via Facebook Live. Viewers can tune into the event through the Recovery Day website or Facebook page. Website: RecoveryDayWpg.com Facebook: facebook.com/RecoveryDayWpg Recovery Recovery Day Winnipeg Helping To End Stigma of Addiction and Recovery

Does Depression Actually Hurt?

Does Depression Actually Hurt

Does Depression actually hurt? It can be described through a lot of physical illustrations. Feelings of being weighed down, broken hearted, being punched all over, and more are ways people paint the portrait of depression. Are these manifestations or drama? The painful sensations experienced by people suffering from depression are not fictitious. Depression causes physical pain. Mental Does Depression Actually Hurt?

Recovery Language: The Impact of our Words

Language and Recovery: The Impact of our Words

Recovery Language: The Impact of our Words. In any given year, one in five Canadians experiences a mental illness or addiction problem. Yet, the stigma for these people, their friends, and family still loom over their everyday lives. In a 2008 survey, only 50 percent of Canadians would tell their friends or co-workers they have Recovery Language: The Impact of our Words

Mental Health Stigma Causes Harm

mental health stigma

Mental Health Stigma is when someone sees you in a negative way because of your mental illness. Discrimination is when someone treats you in a negative way because of your mental illness. Social stigma and discrimination can make mental health problems worse and stop a person from getting the help they need Mental Health Stigma surrounds qualities that are shamed in our Mental Health Stigma Causes Harm