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A Mentally Ill Nation Cannot Survive and It’s Official, America is the Sickest Nation in the Modern World.Living in America will drive you insane — literally.

A Mentally Ill Nation Cannot Survive and It’s Official, America is the Sickest Nation in the Modern World

America’s General Mental Health Report

american psychosisIn 2015, over 9.3 million Americans had serious thoughts of suicide during that year. During that same year, 43.8 million adults (age 18 or older) experienced a diagnosable mental illness as 2.7 million (1.1%) made suicide plans and 1.3 million (0.6%) attempted suicide.

“The report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) also finds that 10 million adults experienced a serious mental illness and 15.7 million adults experienced a major depressive episode in 2015″. These results continued the same trend as was found in 2012, when the findings reached astronomical levels.

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http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2016/06/04/a-mentally-ill-nation-...

Living in America will drive you insane — literally

Data suggests the US is experiencing an epidemic of crippling mental illness. We may have only ourselves to blame

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http://www.salon.com/2013/07/31/living_in_america_will_drive_you_in...


If Mental Illness Is the Problem, America Is Mentally Ill


2015 was a year of exceptionally overt police violence against black folk and tragic mass shootings. A common response to these events has been that they are the result of “sick” individuals. Many conservatives have suggested that the shooters were mentally ill: that the problem was a proliferation of bad people, not a proliferation of guns. When, however, the murderers happen to be people “of color,” the narrative often changes to one of terrorism and extremism (though the NRA position remains consistently pro-gun, even defending the rights of the San Bernadino terrorists to acquire their weaponry).

In fact, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services, just three-five percent of violent acts are attributable to mental illness. And in fact, police have frequently simply treated nonviolent mental illness as a capital offense requiring instant lethal force.

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http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/12/25/if-mental-illness-is-the-pro...


Why More Americans Suffer From Mental Disorders Than Anyone Else

That mental health disorders are pervasive in the United States is no secret. Americans suffer from all sorts of psychological issues, and the evidence indicates that they're not going anywhere despite (or because of?) an increasing number of treatment options. There are the mood disorders like depression, bipolar disorder, and the less severe dysthymia (low grade depression); anxiety disorders like generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, agoraphobia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); substance abuse; and impulse control disorder (like attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder). Research shows that while we're seeking treatment more, rates have not dropped much, if at all, in recent years. For depression alone, about one in 10 people in America has suffered from it in the last year. Twice that number will be affected over the course of a lifetime.

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https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2011/10/why-more-america...

Americans Uncomfortable Around Mentally Ill Despite Acknowledging Discrimination

Seventy-six percent of Americans believe the mentally ill experience discrimination, according to the poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation. (KHN is an editorially independent program of the foundation.) That was a greater portion of Americans than those who said they thought discrimination burdens people with HIV or AIDS; Hispanics; blacks; people with physical disabilities, or women. Immigrants were the only group to rank higher than those with mental illness.

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http://khn.org/news/americans-uncomfortable-around-mentally-ill-des...

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