Mental health is a real issue all the time there are people with issues that go untreated and we need to bring awareness to it. Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence to adulthood.
Mental health problems affect everyone. Mentalhealth.gov says that “Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. It accounts for the loss of more than 41,000 American lives each year, more than double the number of lives lost to homicide”. Mental health is a real thing that everyone can and probably will struggle with within their life. We need to bring awareness to what is happening around the world before it's too late.
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It's never easy to watch a loved one go through hardships. It may be tempting to want to jump right into neutralizing their emotions, but trying to get reasonable responses out of someone while they're feeling overwhelmed is rarely ever productive. Offer comfort and support at the moment and be patient.
“mental health issues are a real thing and no one should be left with no one to talk to so talk to your family about mental health and ways you can get a struggling person help.”
There is many ways to recover from mental illness mentalhealth.gov talks about “Recovery plans: Enable you to identify goals for achieving wellness, Specify what you can do to reach those goals, Include daily activities as well as longer-term goals, Track any changes in your mental health problem, Identify triggers or other stressful events that can make you feel worse, and help you learn how to manage them.” by talking to your loved one you can find a way to get the help you need or that someone else might need.
There are many tools that can improve the experience on the road to wellness: medication, counseling/therapy, social support, and education. Social support, acceptance, and encouragement from friends, family, and others can also make a difference. So just by talking to someone you can find a way to get them the right help they need.
Start with these simple guides on how to begin having conversations with your family about their emotional wellbeing. - Sad or Upset, Overwhelmed or Stressed, Angry or Irritable, Scared or Fearful, Anxiety, Depression, Gender, Family and Relationships, Losing Someone, Friendships, Sexuality, Loneliness any of these topics are a great way to start a conversation and learn more about each other and how you can help someone struggling.