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Art seen in New Mexico, Santa Fe

By Madeleine Pujals Maya


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ART by Madeleine Pujals Maya



Art Reflection by Madeleine Pujals Maya

“Never forget to regroup after a melt down. Don’t dwell on the event. Move on and forward.”


ART Reflections by Madeleine Pujals Maya

Watch yourself! Observe your thoughts and how they impact your feelings and your actions. Don’t allow your negative thoughts to control you! You control your thoughts. Observe, become aware and practice and practice, over and over and change those thoughts to positive ones. Learn to be aware and be present with a watchful conscious to change to a positive life. Madeleine Pujals Maya


ARTful Color by Madeleine Pujals Maya


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ART By Guatemalan Adolescent;  Information Posted by Madeleine Pujals Maya

Did you know?
 Mental health issues affect all members of society
in some way, shape, or form. It is estimated that
one in five Americans over age 18 will experience a
mental health problem this year.i
 It is estimated that 6-12 percent of transition-age
youth and young adults struggle with a serious
mental health condition (2.4-5 million individuals).ii
 Of children and youth in need of mental health
services, 75-80 percent of these youth do not
receive services.iii
 Mental health involves how a person handles stress,
relates to other people, manages emotions, makes
decisions, and perceives the world and their sense
of purpose in life.iv
 Mental health is essential to the overall health
and well-being.
 Misunderstandings about mental health can lead to
negative attitudes that prevent people with mental
illness from being accepted and supported, and can
make it harder for them and their families to get
help and lead productive lives in their communities.
 People can and do recover from mental
health problems.
Information on Mental Health at; MentalHealth.Gov

Reference from SAMHSA www. samhsa.gov and
The Partnership Center For Faith based and Neighborhood Partnerships U.S. Department of Health and Human Services


Yellow Rose significance: Friendship, Joy and Get Well by Samantha Green

A bouquet of yellow roses now brings to mind all of the sunny, cheerful feeling s of warmth and happiness. In contrast to the romantic meanings attributed to other roses, the yellow rose is purely a symbol for friendship. This gives it a unique place in the pantheon of roses. Yellow roses can send the perfect message of appreciation and platonic love without the romantic subtext of other colors. They can represent feelings of joy and delight, and are an ideal way to brighten someone’s day who may be feeling down. There is perhaps no other flower that is able to bring out a smile in quite the way that a yellow rose can.

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