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SpeaksOut.World Jun 10
It’s not just teens. People everywhere feel doubly trapped. First, by the disease of and, secondly, by the cultural silence surrounding it. is about using your voice to overcome both. We all have a voice. Time to use it.
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OtterBase Apr 25
is a powerful way to speak out on mental health. Here's what you do: Find a picture you posted on social media that didn’t tell the real story. Repost it, and say what was really happening in your mind. Speak your truth and break the silence. .
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Lori Agudo Mar 20
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peta temple Apr 19
Got sent a video from one of our members who lives too far away from our film making group, but she still wanted to join in, so she made her own! Love this.
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Kayla Finn Apr 1
My attempt at trying to make an XL shirt look cute. . . BUT the message is too important not to try, . When I got my
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SpeaksOut.World Jun 3
We’re obsessed with our bodies these days. But somehow we forget that the mind is part of the body. We need to speak openly when our minds are ailing. If you’re hurting, let people know. There’s no shame in addressing an illness. There’s bravery.
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Colleen Kanaan Mar 20
I'll be posting later tonight. I hope you will do the same. It's time.
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Tim Jones Mar 15
Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues are touching every family in every city in every country of the world, but this CRISIS has remained in the shadows. It is time to bring this CRISIS into the light. Watch. Visit. Like. Post.
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SpeaksOut.World Jun 8
singer Dolores O'Riordan courageously shared her mental health struggles. But our culture wasn’t ready. That needs to change. To get past the crisis, we need to get over our own awkwardness or shame. Talk more. Listen better.
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Virgie Ammerman Apr 13
We show everyone our A Sides, but not normally our B Sides.
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Dori Madison Mar 21
Thank you Magic for making mental health a priority with SpeaksOut and because
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SpeaksOut.World May 29
It sounds strange to say it’s okay to feel broken. But it’s true. It’s ok. It’s also ok to tell people about it. Our culture tells us to present an image of ourselves and hide the , , or . You can change that. .
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Krystin Scott 💙🧩🏀⛹️‍♀️ Mar 20
Getting Serious with the Orlando Magic. Speaking out for Mental Health.
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Andy Rochon Mar 20
The story I describe in this post happened. I was lucky. Dark times don’t last. Strong people do. Support eachother. Be kind!
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Ta-Tynisa Wilson Mar 21
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Emily Bethan Maybanks Apr 18
Replying to @EmilyBethan94
I hope this inspires others to share a past post with the truth about how they were really feeling to join this movement and start a conversation ❤️
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RI International Mar 20
Like, comment, and retweet to lower stigma and spread awareness for Mental Health. Join the movement. What is your post-truth?
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kate peterson Mar 21
my brother in law just launched a non profit dealing with mental illness and you need to check it out, it’s really wonderful and there are some things students here can be challenged in
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Jeff Ashburn Mar 20
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Virgie Ammerman Apr 16
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