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Opening Up To Family & Friends About Mental Health
Actress, Ada Luz Pla, shares how she overcame the shame of asking for help and sought therapy.
Share a scoop with comedian, Andy Lalwani as he talks about his mental health journey with coming out as a teen.
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Asking for Help
Who can you ask for help today? Will it be a friend, colleague, family member, mental health professional, or something else? What will you ask for?
What’s one way you can bring balance to your day today? What could you say yes to, and where could you say no? Ready, set, practice!
Checklists ✅ not only rock for staying organized, but the simple act of checking something off a list (no matter how big or small the task) can calm the mind, release the good feels, and create a sense of accomplishment.
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Hearing other people talking about their struggles reminds me that I’m not alone, one. And two, that it’s okay to struggle, it’s okay to have a bad day. It’s really about how you pick yourself back up.
Speaking openly about mental health is super important not only for those who are experiencing it but for the people around them.
I feel better when I talk about things like this, I feel better when I find commmunities that I can connect with and give space to talk like this.
This can’t be talked about enough — normalize, destigmatize and reconnect! The opposite of depression is expression!
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