|By Lisa VanWilliams|
Talk to your friends, talk to your children. Help starts with a conversation. Depression, anxiety, bipolar, and PTSD are common and treatable.
Mental Help America states that:
Mental Help America states that ‘ Mental health’ is perhaps best explained as how well we cope with daily life and the challenges it brings. When our ‘mental health’ is good, we can deal better with what comes our way -- at home, at work, in life. When our ‘mental health’ is poor, it can be difficult to function in our daily lives. It is a fluid state with disability and untreated illness at one end, and recovery and complete wellness at the other end. Most of us live and move within the middle range of the spectrum.
If you or someone you love may be affected by this, please take the time to learn more at:
Help starts with a conversation.