Quotes

  • Quote of the day

    The term “SAD” is simple; everyone experiences sadness; therefore, it was never taken seriously that being sad for a longer period has its own term: depression. Yes, depression is unheard of in most developing countries; you had to be a robot and resilient — you had to be strong or drink your misery.

    –DMK

    Linkpost— Mental Health in developing countries

  • Quote of the day

    People in developing countries are left with wandering minds, more akin to a state of limbo when you know there’s something seriously wrong with you because you can feel it in every inch of your body, and it’s screaming at you excruciatingly—becoming louder and louder with time. 

    –DMK

    Linkpost— Mental Health in developing countries

  • Quote of the day

    They could hear her shouts, see her wilt, and sense her agony at not knowing.

    –DMK

    Link post— Mental Health in developing countries

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  • Quote of the day

    Uncertainty paralyzed her every day, and whatever ailment she had progressed on a daily basis.

    –DMK

    Linkpost– Mental health in developing countries

    Linkpost— Schizophrenia

    Linkpost— Schizophrenia across different cultures

  • Quote of the day

    What happened is that in underdeveloped nations, there is such little/no knowledge of mental health disorders that by the time persons with these conditions are transported to the hospital, there is no longer room for survival.

    –DMK

    Linkpost— Mental health in developing countries

  • Quote of the day

    How about we devote the same amount of effort to raising mental health awareness as we do to HIV/AIDS?

    –DMK

    Linkpost— Mental health resources in developing countries

    Linkpost— Mental health in developing countries

  • Quote of the day

    When you want to be understood but your brain is unable to decode the message of the spoken language, you experience a wave of frustration. 

    –DMK

    Linkpost— Language barrier and mental health awareness

  • Quote of the day

    You fall into one of two categories: normal or abnormal. Because MENTAL HEALTH is non-existent in developing countries, there is no in-between of rather mental disorders. That is, if there is nothing physically wrong with you, you must be fine; otherwise, you are insane, or perhaps your behavior is insane. 

    DMK

    Linkpost — Mental health in developing countries

    Linkpost— Misconceptions and stigma of mental illness

  • Quote of the day

    Some people are friendly at first, but once they realize you’re mentally ill, they stop answering your calls or refuse to hang out with you…

    DMK

    Link post– Misconceptions and stigma on mental illness

  • Quote of the day

    Some people with brain disorders live on the streets, helpless.

    DMK

    Link post– Misconceptions and stigma on mental illness

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