world mental health day
The rapper recently pledged $1 million to mental health resources in Chicago.
"You are so much more than your disorder."
World Mental Health Day is approaching. Observed on October 10th every year the day is meant to raise awareness of mental
"Take care of yourself. You're worth it."
"Mental health is not a dirty word."
The first step to appropriate care is to raise awareness about mental health and mental illness so that young people can
On World Mental Health Day, let's pledge to do better.
American depression rates fall behind only India and China. In an article from U.S. News and World Report, the WHO tracked "quality years of life lost due to disability or death," and reported researchers found the U.S. most affected by not only depression but anxiety, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
"Crazy Eyes," the nickname for character Suzanne Warren on Orange Is the New Black for which actress Uzo Aduba won her second Emmy last month, is probably the greatest lesson on the reality of mental illness in women behind bars.
I have known people who have seen dark days and some who never saw the light and just did the period full stop. We all have dark days and thank a good God that most of us wake up to see light. I wish I could reach out to all of them because every single one deserves a bright day.