It’s Okay to Not be Okay
What to do When Your Mask is Cracking
In today's world, we often feel like we have to be 'on' all the time. People are not allowed to have bad days, be grumpy or break down for a good old fashioned cry anymore. Social media carries a lot of the blame for this relatively new idealism. Society has become used to seeing perfect, airbrushed lives of their nearest and dearest online.