8 Invalidating Statements Commonly Said to People with a Mental Illness

29m | Apr 15, 2021

When you are someone who sufers with a mental illness, it may come as a suprise that you have to endure some statements from loved ones or even strangers that they may consider helpful advice but sometimes that isnt the case and they may cause more harm then good.

Today we will be discussing some common invalidating statements that may be commly said to people with Mental illnesses.

Prefer to read? Why not read our blog post "8 Invalidating Statements Commonly Said to People with a Mental Illness

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I would like to make it clear that I do not claim to be professionals and can not give professional advice as this is simply not my forte. 

I will be speaking about subjects and talking topics through experiences and information gained from other professionals. 

The links or references, to any information that I have used today will be stated where possible. If you are in need of information on any topic that we talk through, please contact the appropriate specialist through the lists of numbers provided.

Trigger Warning: This podcast episode has mild discussion on topics that may trigger some listeners who may have been through something traumatic.

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