July is National Minority Mental Health Month
Updated: Jul 13, 2021
Bebe Moore Campbell was an American author, journalist, teacher, and mental health advocate who worked tirelessly to shed light on the mental health needs of the Black community and other underrepresented communities. Her work was impactful and has created a legacy that has continued the conversation and need for mental health care awareness to our nation. Nationally in the month of July we observe and raise awareness
with education, access to treatment, and resources to empower our communities. It's ok to ask for help and be treated. No stigma. https://mhanational.org/bebemoorecampbell
Ask yourself the following questions and more regularly. If you notice others do a quick check-in with them as well. Let's be intentional and check in on those in front of us. How am I doing? Be honest with yourself. How do I feel about my life, work, family, relationships?
Am I dealing with issues that bother me? Have I sought help through reaching out to talk to friends, family, significant others, clergy, counselor, or therapist? Listen to your heart, but definitely seek help. See my post with a few resources. You are valuable. You are more than enough. You are worthy. You are a gift. #weneedyou #iamenough #itsoktogethelp