Notice what is right and what is good about someone so you can notice when something is different about the way that person is thinking, acting or feeling- their mental health!
The second step of the be nice. action plan involves taking a risk and reaching out. If you notice changes lasting two weeks or longer, it’s time to invite yourself to check in with that person or open up to someone you trust if you are personally struggling.
The challenge step takes on a number of roles; challenge yourself or an individual to get help, challenge the stigma surrounding mental illness and treatment, and challenge yourself to ask the tough questions.
This includes yourself and others to concentrate on and engage in protective factors to promote positive well-being
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The be nice. Student Chapter is committed to mental health education, awareness, and suicide prevention awareness. Many of us have questions about our own mental health and/or have friends or family members we are concerned about and don't know whom to go to.
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You don't have to struggle alone. There is always help. If you are feeling suicidal or experiencing severe emotional distress and need immediate help, please call or text one of the hotline numbers.
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