Mental Health Matters.

Mental health awareness week is from May 18th through May 24th.
Mental health is very important, our brains control everything we do. In the past, we have not been aware of how important mental health is, but we have come a long way. We still have far to go.
Taking care of your mental health is very important.
I have struggle with anxiety and depression my whole life. I have come a very long way, and I am doing well!
I have had cognitive therapy, read books, and taken medication. I have really worked on my outlook on life, my thoughts, and what I tell myself in my self conscious voice. I have changed how I react to others, and not take things personally. I don’t let certain things affect me. I have learned that I choose my thoughts, and feelings. I stay active, exercise, and practice self care. I balance my time so that I can enjoy the things I love in life. I overcame anxiety and depression! I kicked its butt! As I have aged, I have come a long way in recovering from anxiety and depression. There defiantly is hope, get help! <3
Sometimes anxiety and depression is from out thoughts and how we cope, and sometimes it is biochemical or a combination of both. It is beneficial to seek help of a counselor to find out what is really going on. They are trained professionals.
We definitely need more mental health education as a society!
There is help out there, get it, and live your fullest life!!! You can overcome!
Mental health

17 thoughts on “Mental Health Matters.”

  1. There is plenty of help available today and the internet is a mine of gold under this aspect: there are thousands of videos and blogs available on how to improve one’s mindset and I am so glad that I stumbled upon personal development. It changed my life from the inside out

  2. Hey! Proud of your journey! Being a person who has battled similiar issues in the past, I know how hard it is to establish a victory over and then have the courage to share your story! Keep going strong and keep sharing your story with everyone! You never know whom you might help unknowingly. Love and Strength!

  3. I am so happy to read about how you overcame your blues with grit and determination. A method which works for me is to do breathing exercises which. Long and slow breathing one variation being alternate nostril breathing which we call as Anuloma Viloma. The YouTube will help you and also explain its benefits too.
    Bye Michelle and take care.

  4. The best doctor is the mind.
    The best medicine is lifestyle.

    Gleamed from over 7 decades of life experience!

    “Information is not knowledge, experience is knowledge!” Albert Einstein

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