Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would highly recommend this class because it was incredibly informational whilst also being very interesting. During the course, students get to delve deeper into what mental illness is; also, how mental illness does not make us alien from one another. A person does not choose to have mental illness, but they will still have to cope with one if they have one. This course goes into all the deeper aspects of many types of mental illness such as Depression, Anxiety, Over-Compulsive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Personality Disorders and many other types of mental illness. If a person has a chance to take the course, I would highly recommend they do so.
I gained an incredible amount of insight taking this course. I was initially very excited to partake in the course and I was not disappointed in the least. The course seems to be going over mental illnesses that we hear about on the daily used in very simple ways. But each mental illness is an illness for a reason; each can be diagnosed and hopefully cured or worked with as to not hurt the victims of the illness as severely. A big ideal that was gone over the course was that of a person not choosing their mental illness and not being their mental illness. Also, that a person does not willingly choose to be have a mental illness then be ridiculed by society for it. Overall, in an understatement, the course not only helped me learn a plethora of different things about mental illness, it also gave me great insight on what particular people all around the world must deal with.
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I would recommend reading the text and understanding what makes each illness distinct from others. When it comes to studying, use the study give thoroughly since it is an amazing piece of work.