Have you ever heard someone say “I’m fine,” but deep down you know they are not. It can be a loved one, friend or even a colleague. When you watch someone go from laid-back, happy and calm to snappy, distracted or sad, it hurts everyone. It is even harder to try to get help, when they keep telling you they are “fine.” What they really meant was “phine”… which means not fine at all. With mental illness, unfortunately it is pretty common to say you’re fine when you really mean phine.