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Mental Health Awareness Month: Nurturing Wellness from Within

At Buddha Jewelry, we believe that true beauty starts from within, and that includes nurturing your mental well-being. As we celebrate 💚Mental Health Awareness Month💚 this May, we are dedicated to shedding light on this crucial aspect of holistic wellness. 
NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness.
"We are dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Our Alliance includes more than 700 NAMI State Organizations and Affiliates who work in your community to raise awareness and provide support and education to those in need."
International Mental Health Resources
"Mental health is for everyone. Organizations and individuals worldwide work to ensure that people everywhere have access to quality resources to help with mental health challenges and to enhance overall wellbeing. While this list isn’t comprehensive, it includes multiple resources in Canada, the United Kingdom (and its individual countries), Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. Use this list to find trustworthy help and support for yourself or a loved one."

Mindfulness Resources

With over 2,000 guided meditations from world-leading teachers, this app caters to both beginners and seasoned practitioners.


An app that integrates deeply healing somatic practices to help achieve their mission of a trauma-informed society — where people know how to process their emotions and take responsibility for their actions and lives. 

Smiling Mind

The not-for-profit app features hundreds of meditations, enough to keep you engaged without overwhelming you with choice. 

Thank you for joining us in this crucial conversation about mental health awareness. By shedding light on these important issues, we take collective steps towards a more understanding and supportive society. Remember, mental health is just as important as physical health, and seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Let's continue to break the stigma, support one another, and prioritize our well-being. 

Until next time, stay golden! ✨

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