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BIPOC Mental Health Myth-busting

Written by Mental Health America In Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities, talking about mental health can be considered taboo. We'll uncover different “myths’’ that may exist in BIPOC communities about seeking mental health support and provide affirmations you can repeat to yourself to help you think positively about asking for help, even when you might hear messages saying the opposite. Myth #1: “Talking about my feelings and needing help is a sign of weakness.” It’s normal to…

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