(WSAW) — Ask anyone with a mental illness like depression or anxiety, and they’ll tell you how much of a struggle it can be, especially since the symptoms don’t push the pause button the minute you walk out the door.
“Mental health will be with you day in and day out,” said Judy Lemke, a licensed professional counselor at Behavioral Health Clinic of Wausau. “There is no shame in saying I have a medical condition and I need help.”
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