3 minutes | Sep 4th 2020

End of Season Two and The IMPORTANCE of Self-Care

As we celebrate our one-year anniversary we want to announce that this is the end of season two of the show.  But rest assured, we will be starting season three on Tuesday, October 6, 2020.  

We also want to take this opportunity to thank YOU from the bottom of our hearts for making this such an incredible and life-changing experience. Knowing that we have listeners from all over the world who are tuning in each week has been incredibly humbling and we could not do ANY of this without you.

We look forward to our next season but wanted to encourage you in the meantime to make self-care a priority.  Surrounding yourself with things you enjoy can help relieve stress, and put your minds at ease. Tap into all five senses this month and until next time... make yourself a priority!

Please connect with us in our private Facebook Group: It’s All Mental Podcast. We would love to get to know you and support you on your mental health journey! Also if you have any questions or requests on future topics, send us an email at media@itsallmentalpodcast.com

 

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Topics Discussed:

  • How our five senses play a role in our self-care.
  • Ideas to stimulate the senses.
  • A big THANK YOU for making our first year a SUCCESS! 

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