References American Psychiatric Association Philip experienced in general that it is difficult to suffer a mental illness and hard to be pictured as a person with those kind of problems.
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Living in conflict or within a toxic relationship is more damaging than being alone. While this is true for many people in later life, loneliness and isolation has been found to be a significant issue for older people aged over There is a need to emphasize the emotional, relational, and contextual aspects of mental health care, and the care and services for persons experiencing mental health crises need to include socio-cultural and psycho-dynamic perspectives Scheff, ; Thoits, This means that social identities of persons with mental illness are often likely to be affected and structured by stigmatization and labelling that occurs through a variety of social interactions, including mental health services Gove, Lindseth, A.
Interpretation theory: Discource and the surplus of meaning.