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While there is no cure-all or magic formula to mental wellness, there are many different tools and strategies at your disposal. With this bundle of vibrant social media images, you can educate your audience on mental wellness, share self-care tips, provide advice for mental exhaustion and more!

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The Mental Wellness Bundle includes 20 beautiful pieces of visual content:

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  1. Aspects of mental health we don’t talk about. Body-focused repetitive behavior.
    Body-focused repetitive behaviors are a set of disorders categorized by self-grooming routines that go wonky. Tons of people bite their nails and many people pick at skin blemishes but when you have anxiety, ADHD, OCD or other mental illnesses it can become a compulsion that causes physical pain and emotional embarrassment. It feels impossible to stop and is often used as a way to self-soothe or deal with strong emotions. You are not alone
  2. Mental Health Monday
    What’s one thing you did today that helped your mental health?

    • Got enough sleep
    • Remembered your meds
    • Turned off your phone
    • Moved your body
    • Talked about a problem
    • Took time for yourself
  3. Biopsychosocial Model for Mental Health
  4. Self-Care & Mental Health Tips for Kids
    • Share your own feelings to encourage self-awareness.
    • Set aside time for low stress or solo activities.
    • Find social groups that help them feel like they belong.
    • Recognize toxic stress events.
    • Encourage journaling and writing.
    • Focus on articulating feelings.”I am angry.””I am sad.”
    • Practice self-care for yourself to set the standard.
    • Cultivate a variety of hobbies and interests.
    • Teach them healthy coping skills.
    • Help them create a self-care routine.
  5. Your Self-Care Battery – Check in with how you’re doing.
    • Feeling Great! Keep meeting your needs and practicing self-care.
    • Feeling Okay. How can you make your day a little bit better?
    • Struggling. Practice triage. What area of your life is suffering the most right now? Focus on that one area today.
    • Feeling Good! How can you maintain the levels that you’re currently at?
    • Meh. Give yourself some extra love.
    • I’m Empty. Be so sweet to yourself. Give yourself what you need. Rest, recharge, go easy on yourself.
  6. Mental Health Monday
    Let’s talk about your self-talk. On a scale of 1-5 (1 being terrible and 5 being great), how has your self-talk been? If it’s been terrible, what’s one kind or loving thing you can say about yourself right now?
  7. Self-Care for Burnout
    • Know that it will take time to feel like you again.
    • Make a list to get essential tasks done.
    • Focus on your sleeping habits.
    • Pay attention to sensory overload like light or sounds.
    • Know that you’ll feel better.
    • Rest, relax, and don’t feel guilty. You need it.
    • Give yourself what you need to feel better.
    • Be kind to yourself.
  8. Blessing Manifesting – Mental illness doesn’t care that it’s the holiday season and this year has been especially rough. It’s no wonder that depression and anxiety are settling in. If you’re having trouble embracing the holiday season this year, you are not alone and you’re not a failure. This is a reminder to treat yourself with kindness and reach out to the people who love you.
  9. Mental Exhaustion – If you’re feeling sensitive, extra cranky or run down and exhausted, this might help.
  10. Mental Health Monday – How have you been sleeping this last week? Sleep is so important when it comes to your mental health. How has yours been?
    • Deep sleep
    • Good sleep but not enough
    • Trouble falling asleep
    • Restless sleep
    • Very little sleep
    • Too much sleep
  11. Take a deep breath. Now take another and let it out slooooowly. Again, deep breath in, long breath out. We’re going to be okay.
  12. Happy World Mental Health Day! It’s okay not to be okay. Your mental illness does not decrease your worth. It’s okay to reach out for help. Your mental health matters.
  13. Mental Health Truths
    • You can be a mental health professional and still need mental health support.
    • Your mental illness might not present in the same way as someone else’s.
    • Treatment that works for someone else might not work for you.
    • If your mental illness isn’t as severe as someone else’s it’s still valid.
    • Feeling angry, defeated, or resentful about your mental illness is natural.
    • Having imposter syndrome over your mental health is a thing. “oh, it’s not that ba…”
  14. Mental Health Monday – How can you make social media a happier place for your brain this week?
    • No doom-scrolling
    • No phone before bed
    • Follow 5 new happy accounts
    • Unfollow anyone who makes you ;(
    • Don’t read the comments
    • Take more breaks
  15. To-Do List
    • Something creative
    • Something for your mental health
    • Something that makes you feel connected
    • Something relaxing
    • Something that makes you laugh
  16. Daily News – Your mental health matters
    Ask yourself how you can take care of your mental health today. What do you need? How can you be kind to yourself?
    People really like you. No seriously! You’re awesome.
    It will be okay.
  17. Mental Health Check-In
    • What thoughts are preoccupying your mind?
    • How are you feeling mentally?
    • What things are you avoiding dealing with?
    • What’s one thing you can do to improve your mental health?
    • What do you need right now?
  18. Mental Health Monday – What’s one thing you can do this week to improve your mental health? Suggestions: More sleep, getting outside, making a therapy appointment, taking your meds, setting boundaries, saying no, making time for you.
  19. Mental Health – What are three things you can do this week to benefit your mental health?
  20. Bad mental health days are the worst. Be kind to yourself. It’s okay to have a bad day.