Let's Talk About Mental Health
We are humans and having different emotions are natural. It’s totally normal to have ups and downs in our lives and sometimes to feel like a total mess! It’s happens to all of us weather we admit it or not. We all just have to remember that we are all here for a reason, we all have purpose, and that the universe only presents us with hard times when a lesson is to be learned. Sometimes that lesson is to show you how strong you are, and what you are capable of. Sometimes it’s to light the fire so that we can see what we are made of and where to apply ourselves. We have a life to live fully, and let’s always, always remember that.
In this life you’ve lived so far, think about the great memories, and also the really hard ones. Think about how far you’ve come. How all the “mistakes” you’ve made really weren’t mistake, but great lessons for you and your soul to grow from. How all those great memories... you cherish so deeply and that there’s so many more to come.
Mental health is so very important, no matter what age you are. There’s many topics about mental health, but today I want to share the name of “Semi-colon project” “;project”. This project is bringing mental health awareness to many people, also making a huge positive difference in suicide prevention. Suicide prevention is something I think personally we all could benefit from knowing about. Some of of have had these feelings before, some of us have reoccurring thoughts, some of us never had a suicidal thought before but know someone very close to us who has, and unfortunately some of us even may have lost someone to suicide. Knowing coping mechanisms, calming routines, and tips could help you or you in a situation where you may need to help someone else. As a family member/friend knowing the signs of a suicidal individual could save a life by getting someone help in time who’s to afraid to ask, or to hopeless to ask. Suicide prevention is very, very important.
I recently got this bracelet in support of the semicolon project. Not only did all of the proceeds go directly to the “semi-colon project”, but now I have a beautiful bracelet that’s speaks to my soul every day as a constant reminder that “my story isn’t over yet”. Every time I look at it, it reminds me that my story has many lines to fill, many unwritten pages and a life to live to the fullest. That I can write my story however I want, and that anything is possible if you believe in yourself. It also reminds me of the things I have gotten through in the past, and that this very same bracelet may be reminding someone of the same things going through a hard time at this moment and me wearing this helps support them. That if we all stick together, support each other and bring awareness and resources to this planet each day will get better. Never give up, no matter how hard it gets remember “my story isn’t over yet”.