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Turn your name (or Mighty username!) into personalized self-care!

<p>Turn your name (or Mighty username!) into personalized self-care!</p>
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Tell me something good! (And visit the comments if you need a boost.)

<p>Tell me something good! (And visit the comments if you need a boost.)</p>
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Tell me something good! (And visit the comments if you need a boost.)

<p>Tell me something good! (And visit the comments if you need a boost.)</p>
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Asking For a Co-Leader

<p>Asking For a Co-Leader</p>
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My pic

<p>My pic</p>
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Which do you prefer?

<p>Which do you prefer?</p>
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What is the relationship between your social media habits and your mental health?

<p>What is the <a href="https://themighty.com/topic/relationships/?label=relationship" class="tm-embed-link  tm-autolink health-map" data-id="5b23ceb100553f33fe99b6a2" data-name="relationship" title="relationship" target="_blank">relationship</a> between your social media habits and your <a href="https://themighty.com/topic/mental-health/?label=mental health" class="tm-embed-link  tm-autolink health-map" data-id="5b23ce5800553f33fe98c3a3" data-name="mental health" title="mental health" target="_blank">mental health</a>?</p>
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I received this email from a Mighty Partner, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, Illinois Chapter.

Since I have seen several posts and comments about concerns for Mental Health Resources for Men, I thought I would share this opportunity.

If the links to register don't activate when I post, I will copy it to a comment below.

Please Join Us on Tuesday, December 7th at 7pm

On 12/07/21, the AFSPIL Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee is hosting a panel discussing Men's Mental Health. We hope you will join us for this important discussion!

Please join AFSPIL as we take a deeper look at challenges men face related to accepting and finding adequate mental health treatment. This panel will place an emphasis on exploring the intersectionality of BIPOC men as we address issues such as: barriers to accessing treatment, racialized trauma and its effects, navigating stigma, and difficulty trusting providers. We will also explore how to identify ways to improve mental health treatment and cultural competency within clinicians.

If you have questions for our panelists, please submit them here and we will make sure to include and address them during our live panel discussion. You may also submit questions anonymously during the event through the Q&A feature. Scroll down to learn more about our panelists.

Please register today at deipanel127.attendease.com or by clicking the button below. A Zoom link will be sent prior to the event. We hope you will join us for this important conversation.

Register Today