Amare Global Reviews – How the World Has Changed its Attitudes Towards Mental Health
For far too many years sufferers of mental health issues have been forced to keep quiet about their problems for fear of being mocked or labeled as an outcast. Thankfully in the last 20 years we have seen a sea change in terms of our attitudes towards people with mental health, and there is more support available to sufferers than there has ever been before.
A friend of mine works for a company called Amare Global, a mental wellbeing company and if you look at the Amare Global reviews you will see so many people thanking them for making them feel ‘normal’ again. This is a company which helps patients through a more holistic and community-based approach, rather than relying on pills or therapy. My friend and I were talking about the impressive change in attitude which the world has made towards mental health, and these are the key factors for that happening.
Giving it a Voice
For many years there were few people who would speak out about mental health issues, especially those in positions of power or people who were famous. These people would have risked their careers in the past if they had opened up about their struggles. Thankfully this is no longer the case and some very important and famous people have voiced their own struggles with mental health. What this has done is made it alright for the average person to discuss their problems, knowing that they had the support of someone who they admired.
Sadly it often takes something terrible to take place before we start to make changes and this has certainly been the case in terms of mental health issues. We have seen people like Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell take their own lives because of their mental health issues, and this has jolted many people into taking more interest into what mental health looks like. Make no mistake these tragedies should never have happened, but if anything good has come from them it is that people are far more aware of mental health and what it means, as well as the understanding that anyone in the world can suffer with issues.
Governments also have a big role to play in removing the stigma which is often attached to mental health issues and they have started to make changes which is helping sufferers. In many countries there is now law which forces employers to treat mental health conditions in the same way as they would with those who have physical health problems. This additional support has helped many with problems to feel happier in the workplace and most importantly, they feel supported by their employer.
We still have a long way to go of course and there are still many who disbelieve or who make light of those with mental health conditions. Despite this we have made enormous strides in the last two decades and long may that continue.