The Power of Texting

Beautiful artwork, P. Cochrane

Sending a supportive text has been shown to be of significant benefit for someone struggling to cope.
What to say to a loved one:

8 Texts For Mental Health Support

  • The specific offer of help text
    Hey, I’m going to the store shortly, what are some things I can pick up for you? I’m taking the dog to the park later, can I come by and pick up yours to take with us?
  • The you are not alone text
    Why don’t we go for a walk this afternoon? Would you like to watch a movie together tonight from our own homes? Let’s FaceTime later today.
  • The checking-in text
    Just wanted to check on you, no rush to reply. I’m here.
  • The gratitude text
    I really appreciate you and having you in my life.
  • The thoughtful gift text
    I wanted to let you know I swung by and left some beer/wine/coffee and snacks at your front door.
  • The timing and dosage text
    I’m here to talk when you feel like it and as little or as much as you want to say. Or, I can come by and we can both sit quietly together.
  • The photo text
    Here’s a picture of this beautiful beach… It’s so soothing to imagine being there with you.
  • The solidarity text
    You are not alone.  I can come with you to…

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