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Poll: How do you keep your mental health in check on a bad day?

Let us know your thoughts!

In honour of #BellLetsTalk Day, which will see thousands of dollars donated to mental health initiatives in Canada, we want to know how you handle a bad or stressful day.

Related: On Bell Let’s Talk Day, psychologist says let’s also listen

Don’t forget to share this poll and use the hashtag #BellLetsTalk to make a donation! Know another way to blow off some steam? Let us know in the comments!


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