Supporting Each Other

Most of us want to be supportive when others are dealing with a difficult situation. If we think that situation could be related to a mental illness, sometimes we are reluctant to do or say anything, not because we don’t care, but because we’re not sure how to express that we care, or we are afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing.

Often, it’s the simplest things that can make a big difference. In this activity, you’ll hear a few ideas from people who appreciate simple acts of kindness and support.

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