Take a Self-Care Day for World Mental Health Day

Bring awareness to mental health by taking care of yours.


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Honor your whole-being well-being and don’t be surprised if others around you start doing the same.

Your whole being—physical, mental, emotional and spiritual—needs you to pay attention to it right now. And you need it, too. Often, we focus so much on one part of ourselves while the other parts need just as much love and attention, too.


Similar to raising kids, we dedicate, love, care, time and attention to help each child grow and flourish—to give them the best chance. Similarly, we need to take care of all parts of ourselves—to give them the best chance.


Your body is the home to your soul. Your mind is a channel to your highest self. Your spirit is a connection to the universe.


Mental health and well-being is more important now than ever, especially as we are still living in a pandemic.


If you need support, please reach out to a family member, friend or professional. Don’t hold back when you need help. And if you see someone in need of support, it’s a sign that you’re being called to help serve.

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Practice It: Take a Self-Care Day

This World Mental Health Day, celebrated on October 10, take a day off (today if you can or another day this month). Don’t log on. Minimize social media and email. When you wake up the next day, notice how you feel. Are you more refreshed?



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