May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The mission is to educate folks on mental health, advocate for those who struggle with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, etc., and teach different coping tools for a variety of different things. The overall goal is to reduce the stigma around issues regarding mental health and receiving help.
This is a check-in to see how you have been doing during Mental Health Awareness Month and a reminder to use coping tools, different outlets or seek help if needed.
4 Ways You Can Manage Your Mental Health
Each day, ask yourself how you are feeling physically, emotionally and mentally. Taking a few minutes to take stock of where you are is an important way to practice mindfulness an