I am all for mental health, meaning, I am down to help others by advocating the importance of getting help for mental health.
Yet, I'm so selective in choosing what type of people I want to be with and also in the type of help I want to receive.
Like I usually cringe at cheesy, self-help media out there that seem to try so hard to advocate mental health.
You know what I am talking about. Videos of people doing volunteer work. Seminars that are super rah-rah. "Social experiments" on Tik Tok. Blogs that are entirely contrived.
And so on.
But that's just me. I am very introverted. And I can be an asshole at times.
I realize though, the importance of getting out there to interact with the world, for we are ultimately social creatures. You can't isolate yourself just to criticize everything. You'll literally go mad.
Thus there is a delicate balance between getting extremely personal in this sensitive space, even if it offends others so you can do things your own way and dropping your convictions from time to time so you can get along with this crowded world.
That to me is the evitable truth in mental health.
Do it your way even if others disagree.
Then don't do it your way so you can see that there're stuff out there even bigger yourself.
Just try not to hurt others or yourself along the way yeah?