May 3 – 9 is Mental Health Week in Canada

We would like to share some very insightful and useful tools with you on behalf of our friends from CMHA. Below we have some information and the link directly to the CMHA website for even more information.

These are times of extreme anxiety and isolation, so feeling worried and lonely just makes sense. Good mental health doesn’t mean feeling happy all the time. This Mental Health Week, let’s name, express and deal with our emotions— even the uncomfortable ones. Because heavy feelings lighten when you put them into words.

Embrace all of your emotions—whether they feel good or challenging or difficult. It’s all part of being human.

This week—and every week after—don’t go uncomfortably numb. #GetReal about how you feel. And name it, don’t numb it.

Your mental well-being is so important and we want to help you in anyway we are able.

Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)

CMHA Mental Health Week 2021 – Fact Sheet