If we’re going to help people, we must start talking about it — out loud, in public. I invite you to join NAMI in breaking the silence and ending the stigma.
The wilderness will always be hard and scary, and we may always doubt our ability to withstand challenges on our own. Keep a strong back, soft front and wild heart.
Hope can be found in the belief that we can build something new, something better, and come out of this with more empathy for our neighbors and loved ones.
As researchers better understand the connections between loneliness and mental and physical health, more people are bravely proclaiming, “I am lonely.”