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Mental Health Week

During CMHA Mental Health Week, let’s #GetReal about how we really feel.

The theme of this year’s Mental Health Week is social connection. Connecting with other people and our communities doesn’t just feel good. It’s good for our mental health.

It’s common in our society to ask people how they are. Unfortunately, it’s also common not to provide—or expect—a truthful answer.

As we face the COVID-19 global pandemic, we need each other now more than ever. It’s time to #GetReal about how we feel and lean on others for support.

This Mental Health Week, let’s say more than just “I’m fine.” Let’s have real conversations with our friends, neighbours and coworkers about how we’re all really doing.

Visit www.mentalhealthweek.ca for info and tools.

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