to seek help in life
Mental health affects many of us
Father’s Day is a special time to show appreciation for the dads in our lives and recognize the unique mental health challenges men may face. Psycho Bunny’s Care Tag initiative is our way of supporting dads everywhere by highlighting the importance of men’s mental health and providing resources to prioritize their well-being.
WHY THE CARE TAG
Level up your mental health
Our Care Tag is a commitment to men’s mental health and wellness. We believe that just like your clothing, your mental health deserves careful attention.
WHY WE CARE
Looking good means feeling good
Psycho Bunny cares about the whole person, not just their clothing. That’s why we’re proud to level up our Care Tags with mental health support and resources for men to prioritize their self-care. We believe that feeling good is the foundation for looking good.
Are you suffering?*
If you or someone you know is experiencing mental health concerns, there may be various ways it can manifest. Here are some common signs.
If you or someone you love is feeling down or irritated most of the day, nearly every day, it may be a sign of depression or anxiety.
Losing interest in things you used to enjoy, such as sports, hobbies, movies, or hanging out with friends, can be a sign of mental health issues.
Trouble thinking, concentrating, or making decisions may be a sign of depression or anxiety.
Having negative and unrealistic feelings of guilt or worthlessness may be a sign that someone is struggling with mental health issues.
*REFERENCES Torres, F. (2020). What is depression? American Psychiatric Association.
Remember, seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. If you or someone you love is experiencing any of these signs, please reach out for help.
We’re proud to partner with leading mental health organizations to make a difference in the lives of men and families everywhere.
HeadsUpGuys is an online resource that aims to prevent the erosion of men’s mental health and deaths by suicide by providing tips, articles, recovery stories, and an international therapist directory while promoting inclusivity and mutual support for all resources needed
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Your contribution can make a real difference in the lives of men and families everywhere.
Support a friend
It can be difficult to know how to support a friend who may be struggling with mental health issues, but there are things you can do to help.
01BE A GOOD LISTENER
Listen actively and non-judgmentally when your friend wants to talk and try to be present in the moment.
02VALIDATE THEIR FEELINGS
Let your friend know that their feelings are valid and that it’s okay to feel the way they do.
Ask your friend how you can help and offer to be there for them in whatever way they need.
04ENCOURAGE THEM TO SEEK HELP
If your friend is open to it, encourage them to seek professional help or resources that may be helpful.
05CHECK IN REGULARLY
Keep in touch with your friend and check in on how they’re doing regularly. Let them know that you care and that you’re there for them.