Today is R U OK? Day. If someone doesn't ask you if you're ok, here are some tips to check in on yourself. When you're on a plane and they're running through the safety presentation, they always tell parents to put the oxygen mask on themselves, before they look after their children. That's because you can't help anyone else if you've passed out due to lack of oxygen. The same is true with mental health - you can't support anyone else if you're struggling. Journaling is a great way to check in with yourself. Here are some good questions to ask. You can find some great information at the Griffith University website (check out the Check in on yourself links).
Here is a sneak peek inside the Mental Health Toolkit. The A6 size means it fits easily in your pencil case or bag. Whether you are maintaining good mental health or recovering from mental health distress, the Mental Health Toolkit is full of great ideas to help. Click on the SHOP link above to purchase a copy for $10 including postage and handling (in Australia).