Thanksgiving can be a sad time of year for some people: Feeling sad do not hesitate, talk to a trained professional

Next Thursday is Thanksgiving.

If you are feeling sad, lonely or overwhelmed don’t hesitate, talk to a doctor or mental health professional.

Thanksgiving can be a sad time of year for some people.

  • Forget about the stigma
  • Seek help – Don’t wait another day, contact a doctor or mental health professional today.

Take care of your entire body, which includes your physical and mental health.

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