Today, let’s talk
Today marks the 13th anniversary of Bell Let's Talk Day! The RCMP is proud to take part in mental health initiatives to help destigmatize mental health and to help create positive change whether it be in our personal lives or professional.
"How are you?" Most of us, if not all, would respond "good", right? Even if that wasn't really the case. Strange, isn't it? This is a typical Canadian response. We are polite and think that by answering the real answer, we may burden the person asking the question. Let's continue to encourage change and open up about how we truly feel and not assume we're being a burden by sharing our reality. We all have bad days, and while opening up may not always be easy, carrying our burdens in silence is even harder. If you aren't sharing it, you're likely carrying it.
Employees across the country were encouraged to keep the conversations going by showcasing their support surrounding mental health. Whether is it helping create positive change, taking care of their own mental health or supporting one another, the RCMP is committed to continuing the dialogue.
Creating positive change doesn't just happen overnight. Today, tomorrow and the next, the RCMP continues to help create change in the organization. Find out how we're making progress towards change at the RCMP .
Every action counts. Take care of one another and yourself too!
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