“How are you?” – This has turned into a way to just get a conversation started. The answer is easy, automatic really – “good”, “fine”, “okay.” But how are you?

Really. How are you?

We want to create a safe space to share stories, seek help, and support others going through the same troubles. #OkayMovement shows people experiencing mental health issues that they are not alone.

Your stories are important and there is hope.

Join #okaymovement

Joining the #OkayMovement is simple.

Post a selfie style photo on Instagram while holding up a paper that imitates a smile.

If you’re interested in writing a blog post for us please email us at team@peersway.com


“Now is the time for change – You deserve this time. Someone cares about you! Feelings are just visitors. Let them come and go. Even if you have an incredibly long to-do list, take a few minutes in the day to reconnect with yourself.”


“Remember you are not alone. Be a shoulder to lean on, an ear that listens or a hug that offers love and support. The world is a better place when we are here for each other.”


“We will no longer feel ashamed of our depression, anxiety, OCD, postpartum, bi-polar and many other mental disorders that several of us Canadians face but are too scared to come forward because of the fear of being ridiculed.”



If you’re interested in writing your own blog post, please email us at team@Peersway.com

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