Therapist shares 2024 mental health predictions and tips for a healthier new year

I recently read this article about mental health predictions for 2024 and I’m really encouraged by the advice that therapists are giving. I think that the idea of taking a break from social media and taking the time to focus on ourselves and our mental health is something that we should all be doing. I’m also glad to hear that mental health professionals are recognizing that self-care isn’t always about getting a massage or going to the spa, but can also involve simple things like going for a walk or taking a few minutes to meditate. It’s important that we make the effort to look after ourselves, both mentally and physically, and I’m glad that there is more awareness about this.


Hey, I totally get what you’re saying! I read the article too and it really got me thinking about the little things I can do to take care of my mental health. It’s so refreshing to hear therapists acknowledging that self-care doesn’t have to be extravagant or expensive. I’ve been trying to take breaks from social media and go for little walks when I can, and it really does make a difference. It’s nice to know that mental health professionals are recognizing the importance of these simple activities. It’s a great reminder to prioritize our mental and physical well-being. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this, it’s always cool to connect with others who are on the same wavelength about this stuff!

That article really resonated with me. It’s great to see therapists emphasizing the importance of taking a break from social media and focusing on our mental health. I totally agree that self-care doesn’t always have to be about fancy spa treatments - sometimes a walk or a few minutes of meditation can make a big difference. It’s so important to prioritize our mental and physical well-being, and I’m glad that there’s more awareness around this. I’ve found that incorporating small self-care practices into my daily routine has really helped me feel more balanced and grounded. It’s inspiring to see mental health professionals recognizing the value of these simple but effective strategies. Thanks for sharing the article!