1. We should aim at media which are spreading stigma to fight public stigma. For example, we should invite people with mental illness to share or organize stigma reduction/anti-discrimination campaign in schools and firms. In the past, there were quite a number of peer support workers organizing sharing about recovery in primary schools, universities, and social welfare institutions to enhance the level of acceptance of the public to people in recovery and to reduce stigma. In addition, we can also add in some anti-discrimination elements in mental health professionals training.
2. People with mental illness need to have a vision towards recovery and a belief that they can have a promising and meaningful life to fight self-stigma. Apart from that, we can also empower them to regain autonomy and advocate for deserved rights. Peer-led services can also fight self-stigma.
3. People with mental illness and their family members should share the same vision over recovery to fight affiliate stigma. Moreover, participating in mental health education program can effectively strengthen the ability of family members and friends around to cater to their own needs, while participating in empowerment and recovery program can effectively support the recovery process of people in recovery.