This, of course, does not mean that patients with mental illness never faced discrimination. Discrimination exists. Several times I myself experienced a bad or unjust to his attitude because of the fact that these people know about my past, but it was quite exceptional cases. In the vast majority, I am learning about my illness, people - for example, my colleagues - to behave friendly, humanly and quite professional. Someone is sometimes disturbed, someone felt uneasy or insecure, but most behave friendly. Asserting that discrimination still exists, I mean the other version thereof, is expressed indirectly in the widespread prejudice, according to which I could not recover. It occurs mainly in two ways: "You're still sick," and "You've never been sick." Both I do not like the same.
Neuroimaging: A Companion to Adams and Victor's Principles of Neurology
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