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Today kicks off #MentalHealthMonth! Join us all month long as we partner with NAMI South Carolina to bring you information on how we can all take care of our mental health better, learn about mental health conditions, and share positive coping skills!

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While we all have mental health, did you know that 1 in 5 people have a mental health condition -- including youth? Mental health conditions are common and treatable, and we have the power to break the stigma surrounding them #mentalhealthawarenessmonth

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Here are some helpful ways to manage anxiety and stress during this time! #mentalhealthawarenessmonth (repost from @jedfoundation)

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Especially right now! Do what you need to do to take care of yourself, and ask for support if you need it. Text HOME to 741741 for 24/7 crisis support #mentalhealthawarenessmonth

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Have you tried any of these recently? #mentalhealthawarenessmonth (repost from @namicommunicate)

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We all have mental health just like we all have physical health. Being mentally healthy means feeling good about your life and being able to react to stress in positive ways. Do one thing today that makes you feel better #mentalhealthawarenessmonth

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We may be physically distant, but let’s try to stay socially connected. Check on a loved one. Schedule a Zoom call with your friends. Whatever it takes — and remember, NAMI is always here if you need a little extra support. Text HOME to 741741 for 24/7 support.

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The biggest reason why people are afraid to talk about their mental health? Stigma! Fear of judgement, shame, embarrassment...the list goes on and on. This Mental Health Awareness Month, let’s change that and start the conversation about mental health. How? Start by asking your loved ones, “How are you doing — really?” and tell them how *you’re* doing — really. And remember, it’s okay to not be okay!

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We all have mental health --  and we all deserve a healthy headspace. Reach out for support when you need it all the time, but especially during this #mentalhealthawarenessmonth

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Stress affects all the parts of us! Here are some ideas for self care depending on what part of you is feeling stressed.

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A reminder on this Wednesday -- it's okay to feel a little off right now! Do what you need to do to take care of your #mentalhealth

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Did you know? 1 in 6 children and teenagers are experiencing a mental health condition at any given time. Mental health conditions are extremely common, but also extremely treatable. Visit nami.org/mentalhealthmonth to learn more about how to spot the warning signs.

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While mental health conditions are extremely common, treatment can be harder to navigate because of social stigma and other barriers like fear of judgement and cost of treatment. But we can change this. Visit nami.org/mentalhealthmonth to learn now!

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Just a reminder that however you're feeling, whether you have a mental health condition or not, is valid! Remember -- you're doing the best you can.

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Use today to check in with yourself! How are you doing -- really? What can you adjust to take care of yourself and your #mentalhealth before another week kicks off?

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Did you know that there are different kinds of self care? Do a quick check-in with yourself today and see if you need to replenish any of these tanks. Just like mental health is for everyone, so is self care!

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Less than half of those with a mental health condition seek the help they need, and the biggest reason for this is the stigma against dealing with a mental health condition in the first place. But we can change this! The easiest way to beat stigma? Talking openly about mental health. To learn more, visit nami.org/mentalhealthmonth

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If you're dealing with a mental health condition, remember -- you are #NotAlone. Mental health conditions are extremely common, and they're treatable. Let's all do our part to end the silence surrounding them.

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What is mental health stigma? Here are some things you may hear that could keep someone from feeling like it's okay to ask for help with their mental health. 

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As we near the end of #mentalhealthawarenessmonth, remember these ways to start a #RealConvo with those around you. The best thing we can do to fight stigma is to normalize talking about mental health, and having authentic conversations about it. To learn more, visit afsp.org/realconvo.

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As Mental Health Awareness Month comes to a close, be sure to keep these resources handy.


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