Eden Taylor speaks about her attempts to drive out the last taboos surrounding mental illness.
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More speak out as the stigma of mental illness subsides

A BBC survey has been asking people in the UK how likely it would be that they speak up if they were diagnosed with a mental illness.

Out of the 1,000 people asked, 69% said they would tell an employer and 92% said they would tell their friends

Two mental health vloggers, Eden Taylor and Laura Nuttall, explain why they think it is important to speak up and drive out the taboos.


In The Mind - a series exploring mental health issues

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In The Mind: BBC News special report (or follow "Mental health" tag in the BBC News app)


  • 17 Feb 2016
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