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However, upon my return home, mentor after mentor, friend after friend, family member after family member encouraged me to keep these experiences a secret. It was only as I worked my way through my first job that I began to understand the implications of my struggles on my life as an Orthodox Jew.
As a teacher, the way I represent myself is of utmost importance to my being a role model.
In fact, approximately 1 in 25 adults in the US – ten million, or 4.2% – experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities.
You might be surprised, but these statistics don’t discount Orthodox Jews.
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A college graduate with a 3.94 GPA who balanced school, extracurricular activities, and other life responsibilities, I never could have predicted that I would one day be subject to a shidduch crisis of a different caliber.
I never imagined that I would be seen as incapable, damaged, and unworthy of the same life experiences as anyone else.
That does not mean that individuals who suffer from mental illness do not deserve to live the same enjoyable, fulfilling lives as anyone else.
What many don’t realize is that mental illness can also affect people who have high-ranking jobs, loving families, and gratifying social lives.