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In my family my grandparents, cousins, and even my parents struggled with mental health. Some have depression and some anxiety. I felt relieved that some one else in my family has experienced the same thing as me.
I have a good number of family members who’ve struggled with mental health. Anxiety, OCD, ADHD, and schizophrenia are all present within three generations on one side of my family.
In my Family, it’s hard for those of us with mental health problems, like my cousins and myself. The older generations of my family don’t believe mental health problems are actually real. Even though I can see that the older generations have and still are, in some cases, dealt with mental health problems, they act as if there is nothing wrong with them and they don’t deal with it or get help. They tell us younger people that we’re overreacting.
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