What is #BellLetsTalk?
Check in with yourself and your loved ones. Mental health matters, and it's time we talk about it. Today is… https://t.co/LaB3oDe2U9— Shawn Mendes (@Shawn Mendes)1611860344.0
Bell Let's Talk Day is a day recognized and promoted by Canadian telecommunications company Bell Canada to promote mental health awareness. While the day might not be as widespread on American soil, there's never a bad time to get yourself right.
Why is Mental Health Awareness Important?
Looking after our headspace is so important and the impact COVID has had on our mental health will last long after… https://t.co/WGamM5f27u— Shania Twain 💎 (@Shania Twain 💎)1611858564.0
Well, because, in the United States alone, it's estimated 20% of US adults experienced mental illness in 2019. The problem is mental health is still a very stigmatized issue around the world, including the United States. It's a hard thing to talk about, a hard thing to come to terms with, and a harder thing to treat.
Every day we have the ability to make someone’s day better. If we promote acceptance and humanity maybe less people… https://t.co/bh6ayYPX18— Kirby Dach (@Kirby Dach)1611861769.0
NHL player Kirby Dach voices his support.
When it comes to mental health, we are all on the same team. #BellLetsTalk— Toronto Blue Jays (@Toronto Blue Jays)1611842407.0
Torontos MLB team, the Blue Jays, also advocated for the movement, in addition to Torontos NHL affiliate, the Maple Leafs.
Together we can keep the conversation going. #BellLetsTalk https://t.co/IP2vnTcqnq— Toronto Maple Leafs (@Toronto Maple Leafs)1611860726.0
How to Help
For everyone who retweets this, Bell will donate 5 cents to Canadian Mental Health. I love that they do this every year. #BellLetsTalk— Ellen DeGeneres (@Ellen DeGeneres)1611857133.0
First of all, the best mental health providers in the world are the people who love you. So check in with your loved ones, your friends, anyone you care about, and see how they're doing. Just knowing someone cares about you can make a monumental difference in someone's mental health.
And, if you'd like to have a more tangible impact, Bell Canada is donating 5 cents to Canadian Mental Health for every retweet on the hashtag #BellLetsTalk. There are many celebrities, including Shawn Mendes, Shania Twain, and Ellen Degeneres in partnerships for charitable donations to Canadian Mental Health, and all you have to do to help is click retweet!
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