Throughout history, mental illness has been poorly represented. People with mental illness were seen as crazy, incapable, and weird. Unfortunately, these thoughts still persist today. According to Psychology Today, 450 million people worldwide have some form of a mental health condition, with only 40% receiving any care. How does stigma shape this staggering statistic? That is what Dr. Michael Friendman aims to uncover in this article. To view this article, click here!