Andreas Lubitz, the Germanwings co-pilot who committed murder-suicide by flying a plane full of people into a mountainside, has brought the conversation about mental illness at work to the forefront. Why do we still attach such a stigma to mental illness? You’ve seen a homeless person with a mental illness rifling through the garbage, been told to keep your distance from a relative referred to as “crazy” and been exposed to countless images of the devastating impact of actions by some deranged person such as Lubitz.

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