May is recognised globally as the mental health awareness month, providing an opportunity for reflection and collective action to address the stigma from preventing individuals from getting the care they need. The purpose is to raise awareness of struggles people are dealing with and to observe their recovery and progress. Mental illness is one of the most significant challenges we face as a collective, and it also points to a substantial opportunity for us to show our best. It has never been higher on the agenda for businesses. The pandemic has shown us that mental health conditions can affect everyone. Perhaps this realisation has had a knock-on effect on our acceptance of mental illness.



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