Hard Times

Hard times take many forms: the loss of a job or other economic hardship; the devastation of a flood or other natural disaster; the horror of violent assault. Just getting out of bed can be an act of great courage at times like these. Whisper a prayer for yourself, or say one for your friend, community, or the world. Hope will find you. 

A Reflection on Mental Health Awareness Month

By Kami Knapp
As you may have noticed, this month Ritualwell featured guest blog posts for Mental Health Awareness Month. You might wonder why an organization devoted to ritual would choose to address this topic...  more
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Tags: suicide

My Depression

By Alden Solovy
A poem on struggling with depression and finding healing   more

Tending to Our Community

By Rabbis Elliot Kukla and Eric Weiss
A congregational guide to visiting people who live with mental illness   more

Give Me Your Hand

By Rabbi Eric Weiss
A prayer said responsively on supporting each other through hard times   more

Becoming a Mental Health Advocate

By Efrem Epstein
I didn't plan to begin my journey as a mental health advocate during Mental Health Awareness Month, but that is exactly when it happened... ten years ago. In May 2006, I went through a bad emotional...  more
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Tags: Elijah, suicide