Mental health & helping people understand that it’s ok to feel down is something very close to my heart.
If you are experiencing any sort of mental health battle I really recommend you reach out to one of the resources below local to you. If you are from a country that’s not listed below google search your country name and “helpline” or “suicide hotline” and you will find a local organisation that offers phone support. If you are not sure who to call please ask a friend or family member – it’s completely ok not to feel good so please don’t feel embarrassed to talk about it.
Suicide Prevention Line
Life Line Canada
I also strongly recommend that everyone has a look at the “R U OK” website for helpful tips on how to ask your friends and family members how they are going. As their slogan says “A conversation could change a life”. https://www.ruok.org.au/
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