It’s time to change our approach to “psychosomatic” illness
Your mental health is about your thinking, feelings and ways you cope with life challenges or certain events in life. It is natural for humans to feel worried, experience sadness, and got angry when circumstances warrant it. However, it becomes a problem when it begins interfering with your day-to-day life.
Talking about mental health can be worrisome because you don’t want people to think you’re strange and walk out of your life. It’s just okay to feel that way!
Nevertheless, the conversation is the first step to the healing process that can have a positive impact on your life.
Speaking to a trusted person or a mental health professional can help you gain relief from the strong feelings causing insurgence in your mind.
Talking about your mental health is an open door to early intervention. Life might be difficult when you keep it to yourself. You’ll become better when you open up and start talking about it.
Mental health issues are common and treatable; your mind matters, talk about it!