May is Mental Health Awareness month, and it’s a good reminder to take a peek into our own mental health, especially in a time and place where we are in a public health crisis. We have learned that our material, fast-paced, competitive culture is not conducive for health and happiness. This awareness inspires us to wake up to what's important--we must shift our priorities and how we spend our time. From a soul level, we are being asked to BE instead of DO.
This month, I want to introduce one of our Self Care Club® members and advocates, Marie Hernandez. A mother of a child with a diagnosed mental illness, Marie shares her story of struggle and how they take care of themselves through the ups and downs of borderline personality disorder.
The reason Self Care Club chose to partner with Tr1be Fitness is not just that physical exercise is an important component to self-care, but they offer a unique approach to exercise. One that’s focused on body positivity and improving overall health. They stress the importance of working out and eating right for the many benefits that go beyond appearance and a number on the scale, including how it makes you feel, makes you stronger, and improves your mental health and physical health.
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