It’s me... I’m the “happiest person”
While it seems delayed, I am finally ready to have this conversation full-heartedly. I can so easily tell you that it’s going to be hard. Still, it’ll be worth it, and ultimately that is what I’m going to say to you. Again, I believe that so many people who try to give advice brush over how much college turns your entire life upside down.
Forgive yourself and remember that these moments are only to remind that we are all human. Get back up and climb back up where you belong.
You can be the catalyst to a stigma-free environment by following these steps and encouraging others to follow in your footsteps. The only way we can achieve this is by talking about mental health and making our conversation heard.... We can’t change the world overnight but if we stick to this fight we can create a stigma-free environment for everyone.
This toxic environment can leave some athletes feeling weak, defeated, and hopeless. It’s difficult to imagine an athlete to struggle with their mental health because they are trained to not show weakness and just shake it off. Unfortunately, you can’t just shake off mental illness and this leaves many athletes to suffer in silence.
Forget what your brain is trying to tell you, you have a purpose and something special that only you can give this world. But you can only reach your full potential if you take care of your mental health first.
"Because you're young, you're torn between a world of hate and a world of dreams. So much to lose, so much to gain, so much to fight for, so much to change." Hello, I have returned from my short hiatus. This past week has been such an amazing experience and I’d like to share the … Continue reading Being a Counselor Has Been The Most Rewarding Experience of My Life