We are still spreading awareness about all mental health. Do not let the month of May be your only month to normalize the conversation about mental health. Mental health is a topic that many people feel uncomfortable discussing, but failing to spread mental health awareness can have serious consequences. We will continue to use our platform to avoid these consequences. Thank you for your continuous support. I Fight, You Fight, We Fight Together!
Shamanda Burston M.A., Ed.S., LCAS
YOUTH COVER FEATURE:
MHCA (Mental Health Change Agent):
Katrina Leggins, LCSW
(M.A.D) Making A Difference:
Robnesha R. Smith
Remember even more, because we just highlighted Mental Health Awareness Month...
- Take a Mental Day if You Need To...
- Self-Care is Extremely Important!
- Work YOUR Strengths!
- Take Time to Laugh.
- Spend Time with Your Furry Friend:)
- Worrying Does Not Empty Tomorrow of its Trouble,
It Empties Today of its Strength!