Mental disorders have been stigmatized in society because many people have either been uninformed or misinformed about mental health and lack the understanding to properly address these significant topics. To complicate matters, when mental health issues have been discussed by various news sources as traits possessed by some perpetrators of abhorrent crimes, the negative stigmatization regarding mental disorders has seemingly increased. It is vital to recognize that there are several people struggling with various mental disorders who contribute productively to society. Many aspects of mental health are not choices; people do not choose to feel helpless, confused, defeated, victimized, misunderstood, hopeless, lonely, or isolated. Rather, they tend to seek help, and it should be society’s responsibility to provide nonjudgmental and nonintrusive intervention. Anxiety disorders are a major component of mental health about which people need to be educated. Thankfully, artists have contributed to the education much needed by taking such action as openly discussing their struggles with anxiety, providing information so that those who are battling anxiety don’t feel alone, and creating artistic works which are focused on dealing with anxiety to increase understanding. Still, more education, understanding, empathy, and resources are needed. For more information regarding anxiety disorders, please refer to the question and answer section found below.