Shay Mitchell On Mental Health & Cherishing Mini-Moments



Mitchell, like many of us, is unable to spend quality time with her mom and grandma this Mother’s Day. But that doesn’t mean she can’t shower them with the love they deserve. 

“For Mother’s Day this year, I’m not able to be with my mom and my grandma,” she says. “That’s one of the reasons why I was really excited about Pampers’ initiative with #MillionActsOfLove, because it really is just about doing little things that show the mother figures in your life that you care and that you’re thinking of them. For us, FaceTime checkups, texting my mom and my grandma, and seeing them on the screen are all really important.” 

We’re all emerging out of this challenging year together, and showing your love doesn’t have to be this grand gesture—oftentimes, it’s those mini-moments that truly count. “Making breakfast in bed, that’s obviously always appreciated, I’m sure,” Mitchell laughs. “But even just a little nice note or what we do to stay in touch—I think that’s super important.” 

Source link

#Shay #Mitchell #Mental #Health #Cherishing #MiniMoments

More Stories
The Connection Between Climate Change & Lung Health