Depression is not always apparent. We can end the stigma surrounding mental health illness. There is always hope.
COVID-19 has created anxiety, fear, and uncertainty among the majority. COVID-19 is responsible for the many hardships people are facing. There are less jobs, limited money and food, and many events are cancelled, delayed, or removed. A message of hope is needed to spark a new beginning, so I’ve presented this film to hopefully inspire and encourage at least one person. I want people to watch this and be optimistic about the future and have hope, no matter the circumstances.
I feel no one really knows how someone may feel or the reason they feel that way. People could be going through the worst and we may never know by them hiding it so well. We have lost many over the years of those who felt like they didn’t matter that felt pain they couldn’t truly define. Many who thought their life didn’t matter who thought they had no one. I wish that through this poster they know that truly they aren’t alone. I myself would say I struggle with telling myself I’m not alone or questioning why I should stay but the poster can be used as a reminder to tell everyone they matter do it for your family loved ones don’t just give up on your battle your truly not alone…
In Middle School, so many students feel like they are alone. It doesn’t matter what culture or language- we all share that same struggle. Thankfully- knowing we are not alone has great power in every language. The students at DAB want others to know that you are NEVER ever alone.
A student explains the history of voting and the importance of casting your ballot on election day.