Vulnerability is strength.
Ignoring your truth can cause harm to your own well-being, and the well-being of others.
When vulnerability is shared it opens up the possibility for connection. It takes strength to be open, when you’ve experienced rejection in the past or have been silenced or shamed for speaking up in the past.
Vulnerability does not equate weakness, but instead can lead to strength, especially when you practice it gently with yourself and others.
Tell your story.
Create a safe space for others to speak their truth. Share the knowledge you have gained.
Vulnerability, which is hard for all of us, is a necessary part of life and mental health advocacy. Let’s be vulnerable together and promote positive change in our communities.