It’s just as important to take care of your mind as it is your body. But many of us keep quiet about issues like stress, anxiety and depression — Issues that happen to all of us.
We’re here to help you manage it all with mental health tips and support. You’ll also get coping strategies from a Harvard doctor for situations like school bullying, dental fears, addiction and more.
Stress is natural and normal
So take comfort — you’re not alone. Most of us have stress. In fact, in the last five years, 44% of us have felt our stress levels rise.1
But you can take steps to better manage it all. Try these 11 ways to reduce your stress.
And learn how to recognize when it’s more than just stress.
Getting help for depression
It’s normal to feel blue or sad sometimes. But when these feelings persist, it could be depression. Take this depression assessment to see if you’re at risk.
You can find plenty of information on depression right here. There’s helpful advice on signs and symptoms, treatment options, where to get help and more. Learn more about depression. (PDF, 2 MB)
Or visit the Reawakening Center, a safe place entirely dedicated to helping you manage depression. Try a coaching session to learn coping skills. Learn more about yourself with a short, insightful quiz. Browse a library of support topics, and more.
Here's an overview of what you will find on the Reawakening Center website. (PDF, 1.5 MB)
When you need help
When you have anxiety, depression or another mental health issue, asking for help is a strong and smart decision.
1Stressed in America. January 2011.