Mental health wakeup calls are getting louder but perhaps not clearer. The aim is to motivate readers to become familiar with mental health signs, “wake-up calls” and how they manifest themselves.
At alarming rates adults and adolescents are finding themselves facing unprecedent mental health challenges that make them, feel sad, hopeless, give up and not try. The stigma makes It hard to convey those feelings instead they just avoid, hide, or have emotional reactions. These wake-up calls manifest themselves in behavioral and learning patterns.
The percentage of adults who had received any mental health treatment increased between 2019 and 2021. Among adults aged 18–44, both men and women were more likely to have received any mental health treatment in 2021 compared with 2019, according to the CDC. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db444.htm
The book contains over 200 beneficial poems that makes it easy to uncover the underlying causes of pain. Opening the way to communicate, discuss, describe, interpret, talk …Uplifting The Pain… Now. Some of the poem’s titles contained in the book include a ha provoking poem like Silently I Plead, Slipping Away, My Secret, Why I Don’t Try, and so much more.
Uplifting The Pain of Behavioral and Learning Styles Through Poetry Now is currently available for purchase on Amazon as well as on Barnes & Noble. Anyone interested in learning more about this resourceful work of poetry can reach out to the author via the contact info above.
About The Author
Gail Carter-Cade is widely known for her passion, insight, and understanding manifestations of those mental health impact in behavior and learning practices. She has volunteered and worked at elementary and middle schools in Jacksonville, Florida, supporting students with various abilities, behavior patterns, learning styles, and personalities.