• Gemma Gainz

Mental Health

Today, I’m going to talk about something a little different. Today, I want to talk about mental health. A lot of people think that taking care of your body, physically, is what will make you healthy. While that is true, if you don’t take care of your mind, you really aren’t as healthy as you think. If we are being honest, I struggle with clinical depression, anxiety, PTSD and borderline personality disorder (Not to be confused with bipolar disorder or skizofrania). Some days are harder than others, but over the last few years, I have really started focusing on mental exercises, that have helped me greatly. I have been to therapy in the past and will be starting back up again soon. The whole point of this post is to let you all know that it’s okay to not be okay sometimes and it’s okay to seek help, if you need to. Needing therapy does not mean that you are “crazy.” It’s just a safe place that you can go, to work through some issues that you can’t seem to overcome on your own. So remember to take care of your health, mentally. Talk about it, accept it and take care of it, so you can live your life to the absolute fullest and with the BEST health.