A great example to follow; Sam shares mental health resolutions in hope of inspiring others.
4: I will challenge myself to say “yes” to the things that scare me.
I might be in the minority on this one, but as I’ve gotten older, New Year’s Eve has become one of my favorite holidays.
I am a lover of fresh starts – an empty journal, a big move, a new career – and I thrive on this feeling of possibility. There is nothing quite like the year turning over, and with it, the promise of good things to come.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always taken the New Year as an opportunity to reflect. With that reflection, I do make resolutions, too – though I’m a big believer that our resolutions should come from a place of loving ourselves rather than trying to “fix” ourselves, as resolutions can so often imply.
For me, my resolutions often center around my mental health. Since bipolar…
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