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GUEST WRITER, PETER MINKOFF, RECOUNTS HIS VERY PERSONAL JOURNEY WITH DEPRESSION AS PART OF OUR MENTAL HEALTH MONTH. There was a
By Alexander Lowë Alexander Lowe” recounts his harrowing personal story of surviving same-sex partner abuse, in an effort to shine
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In sum, LGBT people do not by definition have a mental illness, but they have to contend with societal stigma and negative experiences that likely contribute to an increased vulnerability to mental illness. It is important to note, however, that despite this, most LGBT people ultimately live happy and health lives!
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