You've heard people saying #breakthestigma, but have you wondered how we can do that? Here are a few ways: Talk about it! The more people talk about mental health, the less stigma there will be. 1 in 5 adults has some sort of mental health disorder, so why is it still something that people are ashamed of? Educate yourself. Educate not only yourself but the people around you. Look up the statistics, the facts, and then combat any negativity with the truth. Watch your language.
We have some IMPORTANT reminders for you! YOU are BEAUTIFUL. YOU are WORTHY. YOU are STRONG. YOU are SMART. YOU are BRAVE. YOU are MAGIC. YOU are IRREPLACEABLE. YOU are ENOUGH. Most of all, you are NOT alone and it is okay to NOT be okay. No matter what, just keep going! #BreakTheStigma #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth Resources: Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) Mental Health Information: https://www.mentalhealth.gov/ Various List of Sources: https://adaa.org/f
May is a month dedicated to helping raise awareness towards Mental Health. With everything that has happened in the last year, we think it is incredibly important to use our platform to help raise awareness. Let's talk about it, let's raise awareness, and most importantly, let's #breakthestigma! We want to remind you that you are NOT alone. It is OKAY to get help. What you are feeling is VALID. Keep fighting. Here is a link to different resources available. Please, please, pl