Chronic Stress Free Resources For Mental Health Awareness Month Released

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Self-Care Support has launched a new campaign in honor of Minority Mental Health Awareness in July. Anyone can sign up to get free resources and take more control of their life.

Self-Care Support Network has launched a new campaign in honor of upcoming International Self-Care Day on July 24; as well as National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Interested parties will be able to experience the entire content library through an introductory 15-day free trial of Self-Care Support membership.

For more information please visit the website here:

Self-Care Support is an online interactive resource site that aims to provide high quality information for all their visitors. You can access professional reports and ebooks, worksheets, personal journals, daily affirmations, inspirational graphics, and a 49-week video course that you can complete at your own pace.

The purpose of the site is to inspire, inform, motivate and engage people on topics that dig deep into their own self care practices.

The site highlights that it doesn’t matter what kind of stress people are going through, self care is always the most effective action to take. It is the first step toward coping with chronic stress; in addition to building mental clarity, strength, and peace of mind so that they can live their best life.

With the right self care, people can take care of their mental health and take necessary action to thrive in today’s world. However, self care is something that many people struggle with, and its here that Self-Care Support can help.

Their new campaign makes high quality resources more accessible and affordable to those who would otherwise not be receiving the support they need. It aims to help those who are struggling to cope with chronic stress.

Anyone in need of help and guidance with self care and stress management is encouraged to visit the link above, where they will find previews of a wide range of library content.

From there they can choose their entry point into the library, as part of the campaign. Each section of the library covers various topics, so there should be something for everyone. There are digital and print versions of all journals and interactive resources.

Examples include “The Art of Putting Yourself First”, “The Power of Self-Care To Cope With Stress”, “Honoring Your Own Boundaries” and “Self-Care Journal, Parts I & II”

Those wishing to find out more can visit the website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Ray Bridgewater
Email: Send Email
Organization: Self-Care Support Network
Address: 2276 Lewis Street, Chicago, IL 60631, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88895568