Be Kind to Your Mind: A Letter to My Future Self

We all have mental health, and we all have good days and bad days.

Practicing self-compassion during the ups and downs can help us cope with the stressors of everyday life and realize our full potential. In fact, people who practice self-compassion experience less anxiety and depression.

Post this letter on your refrigerator, mirror, or at your desk. Use it as a reminder to “Be Kind to Your Mind.”

To help others, you have to care for yourself first. Being kind to your mind, or practicing self-compassion, supports your mental wellness every day. For ideas on how to be kind to your mind, visit

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