It’s easy to feel the highs of life, but how do you live through your lowest of lows? Do you push it aside and bottle it up? Or are you willing to face it and live through the experience? It definitely is easier said than done, and that is why in this episode, we invite Anya’s sister, Chelsea to share with us her mental health journey. As she opens up about her struggles with depression, learn what it takes to be a true supporter for those in need and to normalize not being okay. You do not have to be alone in this, join in on this conversation and use the resources below to get the support you need.
KEY POINTS / MAIN TAKEAWAYS:
“When thinking about mental health, you should not push somebody to always be on the positive. It has to be okay for them to be down. Because if things were always great, then what's the point? Like, if there was no bad, you would never feel how good it was.”
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