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Real Resilience during Mental Health Awareness Month


Real Resilience during Mental Health Awareness Month

In today's rapidly changing world, it is essential to recognize the importance of comprehending mental health within the context of real-life challenges. That's why we're implementing Real Resilience during Mental Health Awareness Month! While some remember simpler times, the younger generation thrives in a digitally connected era. However, this connectivity brings both benefits and challenges to our mental well-being.


We're bombarded with distressing media images and are isolated from personal interactions, yet, we're more connected than ever. Because of this, feelings of loneliness are on the rise.


Since May is Mental Health Month, I Am Chronically Resilient wants to be your guide in navigating these waters.

As always, we're here to help you:


- LEARN about the impact of real life on mental health through accessible resources.

- ACT by supporting you with crafting coping strategies to manage stress and tough emotions.

- ADVOCATE for mental health improvement in yourself and your community.


Mental Health America offers a toolkit to kick-start your mental health journey, packed with practical resources. Dive in at mhanational.org/may.


If you're unsure where to begin, take a free, confidential mental health test at mhascreening.org. We're here to support you every step of the way.


For more information or to explore I Am Chronically Resilient's programs and offerings, contact me at serita@iamchronicallyresilient.com or tap the button below.







Remember, prioritizing mental health is a journey, not a sprint and you are not alone!

  • One in 5 people will experience a mental health condition in any given year, and everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health.

  • About half of Americans will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition sometime in their lives, with symptoms starting by age 14 for the majority of people.

  • It is never too soon to seek treatment for your mental health. Getting help early saves lives.


Let's embark on this journey together, making small, meaningful changes for lasting well-being.


For more information or to explore I Am Chronically Resilient's programs and offerings, contact me at serita@iamchronicallyresilient.com or tap the button below.





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