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TIMES CALL FOR…
It’s okay to not be okay, especially during a global health crisis. This pandemic has drastically affected almost everyone, unleashing a flood of emotions. Feeling worried and a sense of loss have become universal. Whether it’s due to loved ones falling ill, working remotely, school going virtual, financial struggles, or feeling isolated from your community—many of us are looking for ways to cope with a new normal.
Many experts advise that sharing how you feel can help process emotions—for you and for others. That’s why we created a new community platform called Monumental Moments™, a forum for you to take the time to share your moments and how you are coping and caring for your mental health during this difficult time.
Your public post on social media using the hashtag #MonumentalMoments will help support people living with mental health conditions, including those also living with an involuntary movement disorder called tardive dyskinesia (TD). On behalf of posts shared, Neurocrine Biosciences will be making donations to mental health organizations as part of its commitment to support people living with mental illness.
JOINING OUR COMMUNITY IS SIMPLE:
CELEBRATE YOUR MOMENT
Post an image, video or status update of your moment to your preferred social media channel (like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram). Here are some social media posts for inspiration.
USE THE HASHTAG
Use the hashtag #MonumentalMoments to connect and share your moment with others. Your post may also appear on this website in our gallery of moments.
SHARE TO CARE
Tag three friends (or more!). By sharing, you’ll help build the community and give back—Your public post on social media using the hashtag #MonumentalMoments will help support people living with mental health conditions, including those also living with an involuntary movement disorder called tardive dyskinesia (TD). On behalf of posts shared, Neurocrine Biosciences will be making donations to mental health organizations as part of its commitment to support people living with mental illness.
GUIDELINES FOR SHARING YOUR MOMENT
- Please don’t share any personal information, like the names of individuals, email addresses, phone numbers, or sensitive information
- Please don’t use any profane, vulgar, or threatening language
- Please don’t use the hashtag to promote a business or company, or to spread falsities
- Please don’t mention products, treatment options, drugs or other pharmaceutical companies and their products
- For a comprehensive list of all guidelines, please review our Community Guidelines
Please consult your health care provider for medical advice. Report side effects to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by calling 1-800-FDA-1088 or visit www.fda.gov/medwatch.
By utilizing the hashtag #MonumentalMoments, you understand that your posts, and any ideas or techniques contained in them, may be freely used by Neurocrine Biosciences and the Monumental Moments™ campaign in any way and in any media, including on this forum, on our other websites, and social media pages. Accordingly, please do not utilize the hashtag alongside any ideas or creative materials that you wish to keep confidential, or that you expect to receive compensation for. In addition, when you post with the hashtag #MonumentalMoments, your name, likeness, and social media handle will be visible and associated with your post, and if we re-use your post elsewhere, including on our website MonumentalMoments.com, we may display your name, likeness, and handle there as well. For more information, please refer to our Monumental Moments™ Community Guidelines.
Me2/Orchestra, the world’s only known classical music organization created for individuals with mental illness and the people who support them, has performed an original musical score inspired by the experiences of its members during this challenging time.
STAY IN THE Moment
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BE PROUD OF HOW FAR YOU’VE ALREADY COME