Time to Talk Day
Time to Talk Day is a mental health awareness day on 3rd February. Mental health organizations across the UK and Ireland use this day to shine a light on conversations around mental health and combat the judgment and shame that surrounds it.
As the name suggests, the day is used to start conversations between family, friends, and colleagues about mental health and create an environment where we all support each other. The goal is to make everyone feel comfortable talking about mental health whenever they need to and reduce the stigma that is often attached to these types of conversations. Time to Talk Day is supposed to kick off this change.
Craft Designs for Mental Health Awareness
Is mental health awareness a cause that's close to your heart? Tap into your creativity and use Design Wizard to visualize your passion in customized flyers, posters, or graphics for social media posts. Are you kicking off the conversation at your Time to Talk Day event and looking for a way to create a beautifully designed invitation?
Here's how to get started in Design Wizard:
Step 1: Search our treasure trove of Time to Talk Day templates. Select the flyer, poster, or social media post that you think helps you support the cause best.
Step 2: Use the easy-to-use tools in the Design Wizard dashboard to adjust colors or add images from our library. Add text and type up your tips that can help people get the conversation started.
Step 3: Save and download your new flier, poster, or social media post. Share your visual directly to social media or print your final design.
The Importance of Talking to Each Other
Everyone's experience of mental health is different across the millions of communities around the world. Talking about problems to friends and family can be a great source of wellbeing. Having a support system when things aren't going so well is crucial for maintaining good mental health.
Time to Talk Day is a day to pause and rethink mental illness. Although the many mental health awareness campaigns that have sprung up in recent years have gradually improved the situation, there's still a long way to go until the stigma around mental illnesses is gone.