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Mental Health Is Important, We Struggle So Maybe You Don’t Have To

Mental Health Is Important, We Struggle So Maybe You Don’t Have To

320 Festival, were you a part of it? Did you get in on education and live performances? All throughout the month of May mental health is the focus, especially in these weird times we’re having right now. It doesn’t have to be hard, that’s why we talk about mental health. Address the elephant in the room if you will. It takes all of us to acknowledge and show support for those who need it. To put emphasis on taking care of our mind just as much as we do our body. The 320 Festival gave us a great way to spread the word.

Online Mental Health Festival

May 8-10 has come and gone but Mental Health is always worth talking about. There are fun and engaging ways to get involved that don’t just stop here. We want everyone to be more aware of these kinds of opportunities. May is Mental Health Awareness month and the 320 Festival really went all out. From holding educational seminars to live performances, the event was an overall success.

There are always more and more people getting involved and the participation doesn’t stop with the festival. All month long people are talking and sharing and promoting mental health awareness. This isn’t just a one-time thing. Mental Health will always be a thing we all face. Not only today, tomorrow, this month, or next month but year-round people are fighting the good fight and finding helpful resources.

The event will soon be getting the educational sessions uploaded on the 320 Festival’s YouTube channel. Plus rewatching is available. If you missed out that’s okay, you can always check it out when you’re feeling up to it. A lot of people got behind this. There were sponsors such as Chipotle, Fender Play, Ernie Ball, Gibson, Club Tattoo, Everfi, Topeka Live, Clean Cause, Self Care Station, KNEKT.TV, idobi Radio, Songs That Saved My Life, Femme Fatale Productions and more. You don’t have to be a psychologist, therapist, or adult for that matter to get involved.

Thank you for joining our soapbox today. We are happy to preach when we need to. If you need any help please seek it out, take things at your own pace, and above all stay safe. We here at The Honey POP love having you around!


We have some articles already written mentioning TWLOHA and our previous post of 320 ConversationsTalinda Bennington and Kevin Lyman Talk Mental Health‘!. We also have some songs to get you through whatever you’re going through.

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What educational session did you enjoy most? Which performance did you jam your heart our to? Do you have a mental health resource you stand by? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us at @TheHoneyPop!


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