The most important thing I can do is keep my mind clear and not have thoughts of hurting or hurting myself.
That’s what we’ve learned over the last few years.
The mental health community needs to be aware of the changes in society and what’s happening in our society and in our communities.
Mental illness is changing in the same way that suicide is changing, and it’s not just people with mental illness who are feeling the effects.
I have a cousin who suffers from severe depression, and he was at my house one night in the middle of a mental health crisis.
I’m a mother of two young kids, and the next morning, I was so upset that I called the police.
I was screaming, “What did you do?
What did you say to me?”
I said, “I need help.”
He had a mental illness, and I had been trying to keep him out of trouble for years, but I could see that I was losing him.
I tried to give him medications that I thought would help him but I didn’t have the money.
I called my daughter and asked if I could call him.
He said, I have to call you.
I thought, I’ll call him, but then I found out he had a daughter who was about to turn 14.
She was very close to my kids.
I got to see her three or four times a week, and she was so excited that I wanted to come.
But when I got there, I found she was already having trouble with her emotions.
I don’t know how to help her, and when she tried to go out to a bar or a movie, I couldn’t see that that would be a good thing.
When I found this out, I realized that I could not stop my cousin from hurting himself.
That was a turning point in my life, and that was the turning point that made me realize that it’s my responsibility as a parent to try to help my children, and as a mother, as a teacher, to try and help my kids as well.