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If you've spent more than a few hours with…people, you may have gathered that we are developing more and more mental disorders—not less. Aside from the serious disorders, people go to see therapists for family counseling, help getting through a divorce, weight loss advice—you name it. Also, much of the stigma about seeing a psychiatrist is no longer there, so more people than ever before are feeling open to the experience.

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