World Mental Health Day: The 23 Most Inspiring Tweets From YouTubers
11 October 2016, 09:54
You are not alone.
World Mental Health Day took place on October 10th 2016 and, as expected, YouTubers were out in force offering support for fans and fellow creators alike. As well as encouraging people to open up and talk about their mental health, YouTubers also used World Mental Health Day to share their own experiences of living with everything from anxiety to depression and how they've come to accept themselves and come to terms with their own health issues.
Overall, we found the day ultimately inspiring and truely believe that YouTubers are helping support a world where mental health is spoken about in the same way as physical health.
Here are some of the most inspiring tweets of the day. If you're suffering, please reach out and speak to someone.
Your mind may tell you how to feel but you have the mouth & power to talk about it ✨ #WorldMentalHealthDay— Carly Rowena (@CarlyRowena) October 10, 2016
Mental health is a horrid and difficult thing but I believe you can get through it, you'll be okay, I promise you #WorldMentalHealthDay— Sophie Foster ✨ (@Sophie_FosterXx) October 10, 2016
There is NO shame in needing help. There is NO shame in being fragile and going through a hard time. #WorldMentalHealthDay— Elisa Spigariol (@doyouknowellie) October 10, 2016
'Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about' #WorldMentalHealthDay— Alfie Deyes (@PointlessBlog) October 10, 2016
Your mental health is so important. Look after it the best you can. You are the most important thing in your life. #WorldMentalHealthDay— Pete Bucknall (@petesjams) October 10, 2016
As it's #WorldMentalHealthDay I wanted to remind u that people beat their struggles & over come the hard times everyday! I'm living proof— Lydia (@LydiaEmillen) October 10, 2016
treat everyone u meet with love & acceptance bc u don't know what's going on on the inside & smiles are easy to fake #worldmentalhealthday— raphael gomes (@raphablueberry) October 10, 2016
If you know someone is struggling, reach out to them. When 'I' is replaced by 'we' illness becomes wellness ❤️ #WorldMentalHealthDay— Jodes (@just_jodess) October 10, 2016
#WorldMentalHealthDay It's ok to not be ok, to reach out for help. You might need medication and that's ok, too. Let's stop stigmatising.— Amena (@amenaofficial) October 10, 2016
Happy #WorldMentalHealthDay! Our minds are like fingerprints of our lives. Love all your curves and edges.— Hannah Hart (@harto) October 10, 2016
To my lovely followers who suffer in some way on a daily basis. YOU ARE NOT YOUR MENTAL ILLNESS! Speak out! Support! #WorldMentalHealthDay— Zoella (@Zoella) October 10, 2016
We may joke around a lot, but mental health is a serious issue. Take care of yourself. You’re worth it. #WorldMentalHealthDay— Rhett & Link (@rhettandlink) October 10, 2016
You would go to the hospital if you broke a bone. We need to treat seeing a professional about depression the same way #WorldMentalHealthDay— Matthew Santoro (@MatthewSantoro) October 10, 2016
be patient & kind, you never know what someone is working through, and remember: there's no shame is seeking support. #WorldMentalHealthDay— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley) October 11, 2016
We hope the positive messages World Mental Health Day brought will continue for much, much longer than the actual day itself.