🔹Social oppression and mental health
In recent years, the way we have understood & perceived mental health has undergone major changes, mostly for the better.
However, the "system" has not been conducive to the discussion of one's social oppression and its impacts & relevance to mental health.
Therefore, most people continue to view mental health from a perspective that is fundamentally biased (based on privilege), individualized & based on medical diagnoses.
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