My Life is Worth Living is an animated series promoting teen mental health. All the resources are free and available on this link for schools and parents: My Life is Worth Living . Research shows that connections to friends, family, and community can be the difference between life and death. My Life is Worth Living uses the power of animated storytelling to create connections and combat loneliness.
Additionally, this 50-second animated holiday message models the idea that the greatest gift we can give to ourselves and others is the gift of human connection. This time of year can be emotionally difficult as some of our friends, family members, students, and acquaintances navigate through feelings of loneliness, grief, isolation, and loss. You can have all the
The stories break down the stigma of talking about mental health and thoughts of suicide. The animated series was produced by Wonder Media and the Cook Center for Human Connection. Please feel free to share these free resources throughout your schools and communities.
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