Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

Please help us raise awareness by sharing this infographic! We will post it to our Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest Pages. Please feel free to retweet, repin, reblog, or email the graphic to your audiences.

Thank you in advance for helping the cause. 

*For a closer look, click on the picture*




21 thoughts on “Mental Health Awareness Month

  1. I know some people who’ve gone from perfectly fine, to walking down the path of depression and slowly sliding towards suicide and it terrifies me every day, like trying to pull someone away from drowning except they don’t want to admit they need help 😦

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  3. Reblogged this on The News Today, Oh Boy! and commented:
    Aidan Norvez, your family needs you and one test is not your whole life. Praying you’ll be found alive. And all the other depressed teens who think about it, don’t run away or kill yourself. Ask for help and keep asking different people until you get it. You’re going to find out, if you keep trying, that you’re pretty cool.

  4. Reblogged this on 27anonymoussuicidal and commented:
    I was not aware May was mental health awareness month. Admission time: I still have a very hard time thinking of myself as ‘mentally ill’. I fit all the criteria but frankly the labels is not easy for me to accept. I want to feel like I have more control over my life and feelings…which I obviously don’t right now. Thoughts?

  5. From 12 – 18 May, it was Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK. I envy the fact that you have a month to highlight issues. Great infographic. I wonder if there’s a UK version…

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  8. Love this resource you provide. Check out Niki Art Studio who is doing an art exhibition on unspoken taboos for the purpose of healing. Maybe you can link up to spread the word. All the best!

  9. Thank you for the follow and support of my blog. Have a great week!

    Thank you for these clear and visual depictions in your posts. Very interesting and helpful.

  10. Thank you for your informative blog posts, and thank you too for the follow. I’m going to take my time to study this, because I don’t think a lot of people are all that aware about the facts about mental health–especially in my country. Again, thank you and have a fabulous day!

  11. I’m so glad mental illness was included on your site. I feel like so many people just don’t know about it. I have bipolar I and think people & friends who I haven’t seen in a long time would never believe how hard it’s been at times. They just don’t know.

    It’s something you can kinda hide for a while, that maybe you don’t see as anything wrong yourself until it just comes out and gets worse. Preventative care is so important too, just seeing it early, having a mental wellness check up or something.Your post is helping move that awareness in the right direction. Thank you!

    • Thank you very much for the thoughtful post. We sincerely appreciate your honesty and look forward to following your blog in the future! We are currently looking for guest bloggers, and would love to include your story. Please press the “guest bloggers” tab on the side menu for more info!

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