I know what you’re thinking. What is there left to say about mental health that a celebrity yoga instructor hasn’t already tattooed on her ribcage?
(Fair.) But I think we can do better.
Inspirational quotes can be cute, but it takes, you know, action to get well.
That’s why I’m all about research-based, actionable ideas to help you recover better.
(By the way, the word holistic gets thrown around a lot, but I do mean you as a whole person, not just a diagnosis.)
You know that mental health issues can mess with your ability to do things like eat well or get stuff done. But with the right resources, you can learn how to get out of your own way.
(You just might need a few new tricks up your sleeve.)
By the way, I’m Meg.
I have 20ish years of personal experience with mental health issues (most notably, my OG mental illness and problematic sidekick: depression).
I’ve also spent the better part of my life studying psychology and behavior change (so that you don’t have to). And, no, I’m not a doctor, therapist, or life coach. Just a psych nerd with good intentions.
I’m obsessed with making mental health recovery easier and more accessible for more people. (And, yes, that means you, too.)
If you want to learn more about what you can do to get healthier, happier, + more productive, (oh hey there):
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