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Connecting with friends and family can cultivate resiliency after experiencing hardship. It can also strengthen your immune system, lower anxiety and depression, increase self-esteem, and push the happy meter up.

Your mind and body are connected. We help take care of both.

What you say to someone can change everything.

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Taking care of yourself

Life presents many challenges — and dealing with them isn't always easy. Prioritizing your mental health can help you cope. Learn ways to manage stress, build resilience and practice self‑care.

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Talking about your depression

Depression is common, but it can be hard to talk about. The truth is, asking for help is a good thing, and an important step to feeling better. Learn about depression and how to get the support you need.

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Supporting someone with depression

Many people hide depression because of stigma — negative beliefs that can make them afraid to speak up and get help. Sometimes it's up to family and friends to start the conversation. Learn how to support someone who's struggling.

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Helping children with their mental health

It's never too early to help your child with their emotional well-being. Helping a child or teen with mental health rests on three pillars: take care, talk often, and act early. Check out our video for some tips on how to support your child's mental health.

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Understanding depression

Everyone's life is affected by depression in some way. The more we know about it, the more we can speak up to help fight stigma and raise awareness. Learn the facts about depression so we can end the silence and begin the healing.

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