There is a bone of contention in the mental health world. Well, OK, there are many, but one of them is the terms “mental illness” and “mental health”. It seems more politically correct these days to say “mental health”vs. “mental illness”. For example, people have mental health conferences, not mental illness conferences. There are mental health policies, not mental illness policies. And so on. I guess it’s the glass half-full theory. Mental health is more positive than mental illness (and don’t get me started about the term “behavioural health”). But there is a problem with this whole rosy-colored view. It completely ostracises and further stigmatizes people with a mental illness.