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Three words is all it takes to check in with a loved one   We live in a digital world, a quick meaningful connection could make all the difference in someone's day and state of mind.   Mental Health Matters.  1 in 5 Americans deal with a mental illness.  1 in 25 live with a serious mental illness.   A quick check in with a friend or family member could be the difference between a dormant possibility of an episode and a mind shift or mental shift towards asking for help, treatment or self care.

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Coping with the loss of a family member

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Earlier this summer, my son and I had the opportunity to speak with KERA about our personal experience coping with the loss of a family member. You can read the article here.

friendly Check Ins

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Three words isn't just for that friend or family member who may be in a tough spot. Three words can help lift someone, motivate, or boost confidence every. single. day. 

You are awesome!

Keep it up!

You're almost there!

SAD?

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Spring and sunshine are right around the corner but for the last few weeks of Winter many are still dealing with symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. This form of depression can be just as debilitating as others and supporting each other with Three Words of encouragement can go a long way in helping someone with SAD make it through the winter months. 

You got this! 

Social Isolation & Suicide

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Suicide is now the 10th biggest cause of death in the US and studies show two of the characteristics often found in those who choose suicide is isolation and loneliness. People who have social interaction and the opportunity to interact with others are at less of a risk for suicide. What can you do to help? Reach out and let someone know they’re not alone. Spend time with family, friends, and even new acquaintances; you never know who may be feeling lonely. Three words: Let’s hang out. You’re not alone. 

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