Am I in Egypt today, or am I free?
Mental health is not linear. Most of us oscillate day by day, or even hour by hour. How are you doing in this moment? Take a breath and check in with yourself.

From which struggles have I already freed myself?
We all struggle; that's how we grow. What have you done this year that you are proud of? How have you grown? What have you done to take care of yourself?

Who in my life can be my outstretched arm?
We all struggle. Anxiety, grief and failure affect us all. When you are struggling, who do you turn to for help and how? Choose one person you can trust to help you when you're having a bad day. How would you reach out to him or her? Consider having a conversation with that person about what supporting you might look like.  

What's on my mental health Seder plate?
Just as the symbols on the Seder plate keep us engaged with the story of Passover, each of us has self-care tools that keep us engaged with our mental health. The more self-care options we have to improve our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being, the better prepared we are for days where we are most vulnerable. What tools are front and center in your life? What's one you might want to add?

haggadah Section: -- Four Questions