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2 thoughts on “The Real HR Show: Is It Crazy to Talk to Your Boss about Mental Health”
also depends on geography
People in general in NY have been more open about seeing psychiatrist than elsewhere in country
This does not necessarily carry over into work environment
One of the ways we can improve the understanding of mental health issues and our compassion for people who suffer is to change the language we use around it. Using terms like crazy or padded rooms in casual conversation is a little old fashioned and undercuts your intent, I think. But thank you for having this discussion, it’s so important.
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