Mental health and money are inseparable. Whether it’s lack of accessibility to resources, the burdens of poverty, or the pressures of the daily grind, your financial circumstances can easily impact your mental health.
Needless to say, your mental health is essential, and, unfortunately, professional help doesn’t come cheap.
While it is surely worth the money to afford it, not everyone has $150 to drop on a weekly therapy session.
However, there are other ways you can manage your mental health, even if you’re on a tight budget.
As long as you’re intentional about self-care, here are some tips that might help you manage your mental health without breaking the bank.