It’s not official Mental Health Awareness Month, so it might be a bit surprising to see a company publishing a video on the topic…especially when they’re in the business of making games. Of course, it’s nice to know that it’s something that they’re thinking about, even when there’s no hashtag-related benefit to be gained from it. Today, Hi-Rez Studios strayed a bit from their normal game and satire videos to address the more serious topic of opening up about mental health. The video features four Hi-Rez employees talking about issues they’ve had, the impact it’s had on their lives, and what they’re doing about it. Mental health is an important topic — and one that often gets brushed over for a variety of reasons. As a result, it can be stigmatized and people go without getting the assistance they need. Sadly, this very often doesn’t end the way one would hope. But, for those that have a good support system — whether it be friends, family, or coworkers — and are encouraged to seek therapy and other appropriate treatments, things can get better. Not long after Hi-Rez posted this video on their twitter, a former staff member decided to open… Read full this story
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