Haven't seen this posted anywhere and I'm too lazy to search so tough. While recently going about my normal daily routine of dodging work I was hiding in the back of a Landrover reading this months Solder Mag and came across this article Soldier - Stamping out the Stigma This got my interest and not just because I know the bloke being interviewed. It got me thinking about if we can ever "stamp out the stigma" of mental health problems? While the article is a good way to get the message out there, I personally feel that it's too little too late. There'll be plenty of people on here who have mates who spend every night getting pissed either in the mess or else where or blokes who go off the rails after a tour or who turn to drugs. Is this stigma something that people think the Army will always suffer from, or will it gradually disappear as the more "old school" leave and the blokes who've had dealings with mental illness (either their own or through a friend) move into more senior positions?