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Our Minds hurt too!

Are you taking care of your mental health?

From a young age, we have set appointments to visit our medical doctor and check on our physical health. Sometimes we receive shots and medicine to address physical issues. The same efforts we put into addressing our physical health should apply to our mental health. When was the last time you checked up on your mental health?

How do you know when it is time to visit the doctor? Most of the time, we do so when we exhibit physical symptoms. We should do the same when exhibiting mental pain, such as sadness, depression, anxiety, etc.

None of us are immune to our mental health being impacted; therefore, it is important that we speak to a mental health professional and receive the necessary tools for a quality well-being.

Unfortunately, there is stigma in society regarding seeking mental health services, but why? Our minds hurt too. That is all the more reason to seek someone trained to provide you with tools for mental healing.

Our mind, body, and soul are all connected, and due to that, they can impact one another.

I dare say that the mind is the most important aspect of the three core connections. Your mind is the essence of who you are, the very control center of how you perceive the world and the decisions you make.

This month, take the time to care for your mind by practicing gratitude, engaging in the things you love, and speaking positively about yourself.

-Brooke Grandison, LCSW

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