Hey guys. It’s Hannah. So I came out outside today. It’s lunch time. It’s a busy time. I’m looking around and I just randomly thought like: Out of all of these people, one out of five people have a mental health condition. So like 15 people are bound to have a mental health condition here – bipolar disorder, depression, schizophrenia. But these are all working people; like how do we tell? If we could draw it, what mental health conditions look like, what depression looks like, what would we draw? It’s probably far from what you see out here, just because of the stigma and what you see in the movies. You know, like these deranged human beings. And I’m sure you would never think that I had a mental, you know I had bipolar 2 and I struggle mentally. And I dealt with a lot of guilt. And I saw a comment the other day on one of my YouTube videos from Krista. She said, “Hannah, you’re young, you’re pretty. You know, you seem like you have it together.” – which by the way thanks Krista – “I just don’t get it I just don’t get why you struggle mentally.” And it’s a valid point. And I wasn’t offended because you know, it’s good we talk about this. I felt so guilty for so long. I saw everything on the outside. I thought it’s impossible for someone to have this and then struggle so badly inside. The guilt keeps you from seeking treatment. It did with me. It did with me. You know, I got told I was a spoiled brat. That was my problem. And then, six months later, I ended up in a mental hospital. So comment below. Share your experience because we have to reduce the stigma. It’s dangerous. People don’t come forward. For me, when I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 disorder, I would look in the mirror and I did not see that image that society and stigma had told me that bipolar disorder looked like. So it took me a long time. Please leave your comments in the comment section below and I’m going to enjoy the rest of the day. And I hope you do too. So I’ll see you next time. Bye.