If not you, who then?
Who is going to take care of you?
Who is responsible for your mental wellness?
Your partner? Your parents? Your doctor? Your hairstylist? Your bartender? Your best friend? Your dog?
Mental Health Awareness Month is almost over. Are you still going to be aware of your mental wellness?
Chances are if you are reading this you already know you need take care of yourself. And if you are a parent you know you have to be a role model as well as make active decisions for your children’s mental wellness.
Our world is slowly opening up again from the Shelter In due to the pandemic. What have you gained from this once in a lifetime experience?
COVID-19 pandemic has made me reevaluate my views on the role of government, what science is, who I trust, individual vs. community rights and maybe most importantly how I take care of myself.
As I say to my patients all the time, first take care of yourself before you try to take care of someone else. The truth is you can’t really take care of someone else. Sure, you can give them money or housing or love them or provide information, expertise or advice but only the individual truly knows what they need.
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Dr. Laurie Goldman is a medical doctor, psychiatrist, and functional medicine practitioner who’s been in private practice since 1999. She founded Clear Path Wellness to help her patients reach their maximum state of mental and physical health using a personalized, comprehensive approach powered by the principles of functional medicine, which treats the whole person, not just symptoms.