CHUCK "THE VOICE" ROBERTS
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Raising Mental Health Awareness
During the Holiday Season
"The Original Voice of House Music" and MUSIC Ambassador, Chuck Roberts has decided to donate proceeds from his holiday jam, "Christmas Stew" to raise mental health awareness. In partnership as a MUSIC Ambassador, he fully believes in the undeniable power of music. But he also understands the power of words that can have a lasting impact on another; especially someone with a mental health concern. Mental Health is a cause close and dear to his heart.
The holiday season can be a tremendously stressful time for many individuals who are struggling with a mental illness such as depression and anxiety. According to a survey, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) reported that approximately 24% of people with a diagnosed mental illness find that the holidays make their condition “a lot” worse and 40% “somewhat” worse. While there are no systematic reviews about the increase of mental health problems around the holidays, there are findings from surveys that suggest people feel more stress, anxiety and depression in the period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. In other words, mental health disorders themselves do not increase around the holidays but signs and symptoms associated with mental health temporarily worsen around this time of year. This is particularly important because these temporary signs and symptoms can develop into mental health disorders later in the year if individuals do not take care of themselves around the holiday season.
Chuck "The Voice" has a few suggestions that might be helpful to safeguard our mental health during this holiday season and the days thereafter. If you know someone that requires some additional support during the holiday season, please take the time to acknowledge their feelings and set aside differences.
But if you, yourself are coping with mental challenges; consider the following. Maintain your healthy habits. Although the holiday season is overwhelmingly busy, do not cancel your therapy sessions to make time for other activities.
In either case - STIR IT UP a bit by making time for yourself. Spend time to take a breather. You even might want to get a massage, read a book or listen to the holiday jam, Christmas Stew from your Free Download. Consider making a donation today of any amount to support Mental Health. Merry Christmas from "The Voice."
(NOTE: Email address is required with your donation. Your audio download will be forwarded via email.**)
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