Day 4- Awarenesses PTSD, Depression and Anxiety

Day 4 – Awareness PTSD, Anxiety and Depression

Day 4 of my 25 day challenge to raise awareness on the crippling effects of PTSD, Anxiety and Depression. I got invited by good friend over to dinner and to help out with some stuff and so I asked her if I could do the 25 push ups at her place and she was generous enough to say yes..

Times like this (self-isolating) can sometimes get lonely and depressing but do not worry, you always have friends willing to listen. So call on 📱📲 a friend, just to check on them and show them that they are not alone and we are all in this together. It’s always good to have a great bunch of friends that make time to catch-up. Introduce a phone buddy system during this time to keep share the support for one another. The world 🌏❤️ needs your support.

Anyway, I was nominated by a good friend 4 days ago to the 25 press-ups in 25days challenge and today I nominate a another good friend of mine to join me help spread this awareness. I nominate Andrew Molen (Amo Len) who is an international athlete in Martial Arts 🥋 that has represented Papua New Guinea 🇵🇬 in numerous tournaments, the South Pacific Games and of course in the Common Wealth Games.

The rules are simple:
*Once you are nominated your 25 days starts the following day.
*Everyday you record yourself doing 25 push-ups even if you have to drop to your knees to get 25
*Every day you must nominate a different person.

Hoping we can work together to reach as many people as possible. With the hope by doing to create awareness and bring love, care and support for anyone who is suffering from a mental illness, you are not alone and we are here for you. Don’t be afraid to speak out!!!

If you are struggling with depression or anxiety, call the free 24/7 Helpline 0800 111 757 or text 4202 (If living in NZ)

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