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Why it’s often hard for people to recognize their own mental illness

1/3/2022 12:00:00 AM
If someone was telling you to take insulin but you didn’t think you had diabetes, you probably wouldn’t take the medication, right?That’s how Bob Krulish explains anosognosia, a tricky condition that accompanies some mental illnesses.Krulish is a mental health advocate with a local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness based on the Eastside and an author who has made it his life’s mission to teach and work with families affected by anosognosia.

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