How To Talk About Mental Health Problems - Maybelline

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Talk About Mental Health

  • Maybelline is committed to destigmatizing mental health, and has provided different approaches to navigate conversations and encourage more openness and comfort with the topic. Many people living with mental health conditions don’t feel comfortable talking to their friends and family about what they’re experiencing. Before you decide to help someone else, ask yourself if you feel prepared and whether you can find the right setting.

  • START THE CONVERSATION

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  • During the conversation

    Utilize language that shows your support - stay engaged with these phrases that will help you to demonstrate patience and understanding.

SHOW THAT YOU CARE

  • SHOW THAT YOU CARE

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    You may want to reach out to someone to talk to about how you're feeling or to get advice on how to help your friend. Consider talking to a


    • family member
    • trusted friend
    • school counselor or advisor
    • teach or coach


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    AFTER THE CONVERSATION

    Mental Health is an ongoing journey – stay engaged with the individual regularly via text, phone or in person check-ins and continue to remind them that you are there for them and support them. You can also consult the resources highlighted in the EXPLORE RESOURCES section with tools on how to help yourself or someone else.


    Powered by National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

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