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Last week, Prince Harry was massively applauded for speaking out about mental health.It was a really important moment. A reminder that mental health is a concern for everyone, regardless of status, class, and power.How can fidget spinners and cubes actually help with anxiety and ADHD?But in amongst all the applause, one thing kept bothering me: while it's great that Prince Harry and other celebs and high-powered people like him are breaking down the silence and stigma around mental illness, it's not enough.If you're in a position of power, speaking out is brilliant - but you need to be fighting for better funding for mental health care, too.Because here's the thing: As the brilliant Rebecca Reid pointed out in her response to Prince Harry's comments, when Polo Ralph Lauren cruise navy Summer dress wealthy people speak about mental health, it's very different to the experience of a mentally ill person struggling to make ends meet.Prince Harry, and other well-off people like him, can easily afford to get private therapy should they need to.Yes, they still have to overcome the hurdle of asking for help.

But once a wealthy person gets to the point that they're ready for help, they can easily get access to it.The rest of us, meanwhile, have to rely on the NHS.And that can mean incredibly long waiting times, difficulty getting prescribed talking therapy, dealing with the occasional doctor that will dismiss your mental illness entirely, therapy that lasts for six sessions instead of for as long as you need, pills prescribed without adequate support, and endless struggles to even get an appointment with your GP in the first place.The NHS is a brilliant thing - it's one of the things that makes the UK great.

But the increasingly limited funds, especially those given to mental health care, make it impossible to provide adequate help for those struggling with mental illness.New figures indicate that mental health spending will be cut by £4.5m in five English regions this year.This is despite Luxuar Fashion coralle/nude Occasion wear guarantees from Theresa May and the government as a whole to tackle the 'stigma' around mental health, and NHS England's original call for CCGs to increase their spending on mental health.While we're making so, so many positive steps Hugo Boss Men in breaking down the stigma and silence around mental health, promises from higher up to make this happen feel superficial when they're not making sure the funding is backing them up.





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