Time to End the Stigma of Mental Challenges Like Depression

Expressive Mom Miriam Slozberg

Today is Mental Health Awareness Day. Mental illness and depression are misunderstood and heavily stigmatized by society. Mental illness is no different than a physical illness. You know this, everyone knows this! However the stigma has prevented many people from taking this illness very seriously. What I did is I created an Aha Book on mental illness and depression called Time to End the Stigma of Mental Challenges Like Depression.

This book has 140 Ahas of tips and tweets that state facts about depression that I had written up, as well as information on how to help yourself while recovering from mental illness. Of course writing these quotes and tips required me to do some research on self help tips for depression, as well as studying statistics. Some of these tips I found to be useful for myself too. In other words, this research was for my benefit too. None of these tips are meant to cure depression or mental illness.

However, for those who are suffering from it need to find ways to cope and recovery can happen if there is diligence. Many of those who are dealing with depression and mental illness have a hard time finding motivation to get better and to cope. I understand how easy it is to be comfortable even though it is an awful place to be. However, everyone has to remember there is a better place to be. Once you find a reason to get out of that dangerous comfort zone (your kids, or something you want to strive for in the future as great reasons)- you will feel better, much better once you are out of it. It takes effort, but it is well worth it.

Check out the link to the Aha Book here. Time to End the Stigma of Mental Challenges Like Depression.

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3 Responses to Time to End the Stigma of Mental Challenges Like Depression

  1. Joan Harrington October 10, 2015 at 8:21 pm #

    Hi Miriam,
    Thanks for sharing this awesome resource to help one deal with the stigma of mental challenges, like depression. So many are effected by depression and this is a good book for someone who is dealing with this.

    Great post!
    Joan Harrington recently posted..Must-Know Rules to Being a Successful Online Network Marketer

    • Miriam October 14, 2015 at 12:08 am #

      Thank you Joan for the comment! I hope you like it.

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