World Mental Health Day

This year’s World Mental Health Day comes at a time when our lives and the world around us have changed considerably due to COVID-19. The challenges faced by essential workers, for vulnerable people, for students and teachers, parents and kids, have left many of us anxious and feeling isolated.

In these circumstances, it is perhaps more important than ever to talk openly and freely about mental health and the struggles we face – and to seek out support when needed. Attitudes toward mental health have improved, but many are still left feeling unheard or not understood. Everyone experiences mental health differently – that’s why it’s crucial that we listen, we learn, and we care for one another