Why Mental Health Has Become Political

Last week, Women’s Health posted on Instagram about the newly proposed health care bill. Were it to pass in its current state, we said, the 51 percent of women with pre-existing conditions could be priced out of insurance. We shared photos of our editors, including myself, holding signs listing our pre-existing conditions. A few opened up about physical issues such as heart murmurs, blood clots, and migraines. Others mentioned mental ones, including anxiety and depression. I held a sign that mixed both: “OCD & C-section.” The post led to a lively debate. Some women applauded with words of thanks, clapping emojis, and their own pre-existing conditions. But others questioned why we, Women’s Health, had a political post in our feed. “I love you guys, but heal…

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Why Mental Health Has Become Political

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