By Kristen Sohlman, HBA, RP
The snow and ice have melted, and nature begins to rejuvenate with life. With the change in season, many people become inspired to do some spring cleaning around the house to be rid of what is stored over the winter, to shake off the cobwebs, to start anew, and to organize their homes. Why not spring clean for mental health too! Spring clean your mental and emotional space and be rid of mental or emotional debris that is no longer effectively serving you. Start out the season by refreshing your current state of mind with a renewed outlook on life.
How to Start Spring Cleaning for Mental Health:
Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention. (2018). Spring clean your mental health. CASP. [Web page] Retrieved from https://suicideprevention.ca/spring-clean-your-mental-health/
Lifeline Connections. (2018). Spring cleaning for the mind. Lifeline Connections. [Web page] Retrieved from https://www.lifelineconnections.org/springcleaningforthemind/
Mental Health Foundation. (2018). Spring cleaning for your mental health. Mental Health Foundation. [Web page] Retrieved from https://mentalhealthfoundation.ca/mental-health-spring-cleaning/
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