Everyone has a right to OWN their mental health care and prevention practices. When you get a cavity, you go see a dentist. When you have an injury or an illness, you go see a doctor. When your mental health symptoms interfere with your daily functioning, you go see a therapist and maybe a psychiatrist.
But outside of that, there are many tools, information, and practices you can add to your arsenal to manage your mental health day after day. Like brushing and flossing for your dental health. Like eating well and moving your body for your physical health. Because an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
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