, Mental Health Matters in time for Mental Health Awareness month.
The destination is filled with features including mental health advice on subjects like: “What to do if you can’t afford therapy,” “how do you break up with your therapist,” and “what ADA protections exist for workers struggling with mental health?”
It also includes personal essays from key voices on the subject like WNBA star and health advocate Imani McGee-Stafford, music duo Aly and AJ and Jen Gotch, the creator of “The Upside of Being Down.” In addition, there are features on difficult subjects like gun violence and explainers on different disorders.
“While mental health struggles are unique and deeply personal, they are also very common - impacting one in five adults,” says Lisa Sugar, founder and president, POPSUGAR. “Massive lifestyle changes have put huge strains on many so we thought it was more important than ever to offer a destination where different voices can share their experiences to help readers feel connected and less alone in their daily battle.”
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