Disclosing PTSD: Yes, I'm a PTSD Survivor | Why would anyone disclose they have a mental illness like PTSD? PTSD blogger, Michele Rosenthal, discusses her decision to go public with PTSD. www.HealthyPlace.com/stigma/stand-up-for-mental-health/mental-health-stigma-videos/ #stigma #ptsd #su4mh
May is Mental Health Month. What does this mean? It is a month dedicated to raising awareness on mental health issues. Mental Health America states how "Sharing is the key to breaking down negative attitudes and misperceptions surrounding mental illnesses, and to show others that they are not alone in their feelings and their symptoms." Break the stigma and show your support! http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/may
Living with a mental health condition means not only taking efforts to manage it, but coping with the ways in which it can affect your life and those in it. If you're faced with a mental health concern, or if you are the loved one of someone who is, there are things you can do to help make way for a better life.
Removing Self-Stigma from Mental Health Labels | Mental health labels don't have to mean brokenness or overall sickness. Combatting self-stigma of labels helps us recognize how to treat the mental health issues we face. www.HealthyPlace.com
Don’t Wait: Prepare for Mental Health Triggers Beforehand | Mental health triggers can happen any time which means it's important to prepare for mental health triggers ahead of time. www.HealthyPlace.com
Hello, everyone! May is just around the corner which also means Mental Health Month! Good mental health is essential to living a full, happy and productive life. See the following info-graphic for tips to improve your mental health.