Glenn close brings together #mindful Allies campaign to Help End the stigma of Mental illness

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Glenn close part do her to help to finish with the stigma associated with mental illness.

To help you start the conversation and to explain to people about spiritual health, close range, 68, a member of the Mashable #mindful Allies campaign, real stories about real people says struggling with mental illness.

As part of the campaign, in close proximity, a longtime advocate to end the stigma associated with negative mental illness, wrote a touching letter in which he revealed himself, his family struggle with mental illness.

“In a few generations, several members of my family and extended family suffer severe depression, schizophrenia, schizoaffective and bipolar disorder,” he revealed. “I learned, I lived with mild depression, probably a big part of my life.”

Close and her sister Jessie has revealed about your family’s personal struggle with mental illness in 2014. After Jesse confided in loved Ones about his suicidal thoughts in 2004 the actress on a journey to advocate for mental health.

Jesse, son calendar before you were diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder (bipolar with symptoms of schizophrenia) for a number of years.

“We are very pleased that you wrote to us,” you. “It’s tragic, was not correctly diagnosed with bipolar disorder, up to 50.”

Help Jesse at work with bipolar disorder inspired by the actress co-Lead founding of the nonprofit, Change 2 mind, which works to end discrimination of the mentally ill.

The actress said that the biggest thing you learned your experience is important the open exchange of spiritual health.

“Personal stories are incredibly powerful. This is how to open the door. No one needs to feel alone or ashamed. We are all in this together.”

“I hope more families have the courage to talk openly about mental health problems faced”.