Think About It
Steps to Better Mental Health For Youth
There is a common phenomenon of people who respond with positivity when asked how they’re doing, even though they might be facing challenges or struggling with their mental health. Social media often portrays a filtered and perfect version of life, which contrasts with the rising rates of depression and anxiety. This disconnect between external appearances and internal struggles contributes to mental health issues in youth today.
In John 10:10, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” Jesus speaks about abundant life. Think About It, shares the contrast between a life of abundance and the reality of those struggling with mental health.
The need to confront mental health issues directly, suggesting that taking responsibility for one’s mental health is empowering. This curriculum aims to guide you toward understanding your mental health, making positive changes in thought, habits, social circles, and ultimately leading you to a more fulfilling life. It encourages you to start this journey of self-awareness and self-improvement without waiting for external circumstances to change.