May is Mental Health Awareness Month


Today marks the first day of Mental Health Awareness Month!


This month is very near and dear to my heart as I live with my good friend Bipolar II, also known as Bipolar Depression. Over the years I've learned, and come to enjoy, putting my mental health first in many ways. Continuing to do so, and supporting you all in doing so is very important to me.


Taking care of our mental health is even more critical right now given all things COVID-19. The world that we knew three months ago has, in many ways, ceased to exist. We are all doing the absolute best that we can. However, even some good days are still difficult and with the days bleeding into each other, it can be hard to step back and focus on our psyches.


For the month of May, I encourage us all to check in with ourselves more often, practice mindfulness and seek support when we need it. To help us start building these habits, I've created the #MentalBoostChallenge and will be posting daily on @_BoostConsulting to share my own progress.


Mental Boost Challenge

Check back in throughout the challenge for resources to support you in your mental health journey. We got this!


#MentalBoostChallenge #MentalHealthChallenge #BeWell #IAmWhole #BipolarDisorder #Depression #MentalHealthAwareness #May1st #BipolarAwareness #Coronavirus #StayAtHome #Quarantine #QuarantineLife #SelfCare #COVID19 #MentalHealth #Therapy #BlackMentalHealth #PeopleOfColor #Educators #LGBTQ #DiversityEquityInclusion #DEI #InvisibleDisability

0 comments