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Mental health is something that affects all of us Posted on: 12 April 2016
Did you know approximately 1 in 10 adults will experience a serious mental illness this year that will impact their ability to function?

Mental health is something that affects all of us—yet stigmas continue to persist for people with mental health conditions that prevent open discussion. How many of us do you think, at some point during our lives, will end up seeking guidance to bring us out of the dark and into the light? Probably a lot, right? There’s plenty in life that occasionally causes us to lose our peace of mind and take a downward turn. We all have varying degrees of eccentricities—life’s curve balls often knock us for a loop!

If you're worried about your mental health, then it's important to do what you can to get help. The question is - what can you do?

Being worried about yours' or someone else's mental health and not knowing what to do can be extremely stressful. The action you take will depend on what kind of problem you suspect you have. Whilst every situation is different, the more you know about mental health and support, the better position you will be in to make an informed decision.

Gather information from professional sources.

Understand your support network and let them know you are worried and need their support whilst you’re struggling.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help or ask for an ear to listen.

Feel free to contact me to discuss any professional assistance you may need at