Mental illness and poverty: How class gets ‘under our skin and into our brain’ – RN

Mental illness and poverty: How class gets ‘under our skin and into our brain’ – RN

Updated April 13, 2018 13:53:07 Photo: The search for money became a constant presence in Mark’s* life (ABC RN: Emily Bissland) Heading back to university was meant to give Mark* more freedom. Study hinted at an escape from meaningless work and a childhood education where he had always felt “dumb”. …