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Which of the following is a myth or misconception about mental illness



A. Mental health is not the absence of disease
B. To be mentally ill is to be different and odd
C. The definition of mental illness is clearly defined as a clinically significant behavioural or psychological syndrome experienced by a person
D. A and B
E. A and C

This question is part of Mental Health and Mental Illness
Asked by Lailaa, Last updated: Jun 11, 2019

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lailaa

Lailaa

Answered on May 14, 2019

To be mentally ill is to be different and odd

A common myth is that to be mentally ill is to be different and odd. Another misconception is that to be healthy, a person must be logical and rational. Mental health is far more than the absence of disease (and is not mental illness). No one difinition of mental health that fits all. However, there are some traits that mentally healthy people share and contribute to a better quality of life (p. 3)
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