Why You Need to Read “You Owe it to Yourself” Today

You Owe it to Yourself

Mental Wellness: What it Means to Kris

Anxiety. It’s a word that we’re hearing a lot nowadays as we’re bringing this to light and normalizing discussions about mental wellness and health. Over the years, I’ve struggled with feelings of depression and anxiety, and before going to see an actual therapist, writing served as therapy for me. I always felt safe to write out my feelings. It’s not until recently that I started becoming more honest with myself when I write and not feeling ashamed to admit when I’m struggling. I started to recognize that these emotions I have are valid and that not addressing them would be a disservice. I owed it to myself to start putting my mental wellness and health first.

Taking Care of Emotional Health Through You Owe it to Yourself

You Owe it to Yourself is a self-reflection journal full of quotes, prompts, and free pages for solo processing. You Owe it to Yourself is here to help those on their self-discovery journey find healing, know themselves on a deeper level, prioritize their mental health, and remind them they’re not alone.

There’s No Shame in Taking Care of Your Mental Health — TED

How You Owe it to Yourself can Help Others on Their Mental Wellness Journey

At the time, I was writing this for myself — for my healing — but over time, I realized that this could help others prioritize themselves, improve their mental wellness, and share their stories too.

Mental Health is Important, and it’s Time That We Prioritize it. (Image Source: Shutterstock)



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