Sharing – ‘Conversation-based’ activities reduce mental illness stigma among college students

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I don’t know that this a surprise to many of us who advocate for mental health issues, but it’s always nice to have a study show that talking about mental health is a normal way, during everyday life, does have a positive effect.

“College students who participate in fun, peer-directed activities that openly and honestly address mental illness are significantly less likely to stigmatize people with these conditions, according to a new study led by researchers at Indiana University.”

There is more at the link if you want to read about the study.

Also, keep talking folks.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/08/190813134225.htm

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