Way's to help other families with mental health awareness, self care, and clothes of others!
Promoting awareness through daily Self-care tips, clothes, and open forums on mental health awareness . Mental health is something that impacts us all. Let's work together to help others.
Early intervention is important for all children with challenges. While it is difficult to identify children who may have challenges in the future mental health awareness is important. Let's work together to assist them and their families with a place to feel accepted.
We all deserve to be well in all aspects of our lives. Mentally, physically, and spiritually wellness is important. By allowing others to grow in a place of acceptance we allow each individual to develop their purpose. Removing stigma through mental health awareness, Self-care , and clothes gives them a place for everyone to be well.
Wellness is a necessity for our society to be healthy and happy. Our children need to be healthy and happy, this means our families need to be healthy and happy. Which further means we must work on many levels to improve overall well being as a community. To achieve these levels of wellness, we must apply it towards every possible endeavor. You can apply a wellness approach towards your environment, community, career, belief systems, physical activities, self care, healthy eating, self esteem, and creative activities. Applying wellness in your everyday life will allow you to achieve your full potential and live with passion and purpose. Helping others live well includes mental health.
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Swiyah Whittington is the CEO of STAMP Love, Inc and a published author. She was born in New Castle, Delaware were she pushed through many obstacles. She graduated from high school with two children and college with three. She obtained a bachelor’s in psychology with a concentration in applied behavioral analysis from Kaplan university in 2011. She is currently pursuing a masters in mental health counseling at Capella University. She has worked in group homes, schools, and daycare. She’s also operated summer programs, after school programs and dance teams for the youth in the community. She’s an advocate for social change in the community specifically in the areas of education, criminal justice, and mental health awareness.
With the many obstacles she’s over come in mind she started building awareness in the areas mental health awareness in 2016. She took a break to manage her own child’s concerns and her Self-care. She knows the feeling of not being supported and doesn’t want others to manage alone. She is not only an advocate and professional but she is a family member who is taking actions to make our system better.
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