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Why do you not have a category on "psychology" or "mental health?"


I am a "psych" major. I have been informed that the best academic foundation for a writer or a novelist is a degree in Psychology. There are millions of emotionally and psychologically disturbed people in society. According to statistics, one out of four adults in the U.S. suffers from some type of mental illness, mostly depression. Many of these people become suicidal. anyone reading this probably knows at least 30 people (even relatives) who are on "psychotropic drugs) i.e. prosac, zoloff, or zanex, etc. Discussions regarding mind dynamics is highly important. Am I missing something here?

 

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