ANDY TALKS WITH IDONTMIND ABOUT SELF-CARE, LEARNING TO LOVE HIMSELF OVER THE PAST YEAR AND A HALF,AND HOW HIS MENTAL HEALTH IS INSPIRING HIS NEW MUSIC
Welcome to our Piece Of My Mind series where experts, advocates, and amazing people from all backgrounds and professions share a snapshot of their mental health. We dive into their self-care routines, how they balance their work with their mental health, and how they manage those really bad days. We’re sharing this piece of their mind so that you can hopefully find some inspiration in your own mental health journey moving forward.
You may know singer/songwriter Andy Grammer from his hopeful, upbeat, and incredibly catchy songs, like “Honey I’m Good” and “Keep Your Head Up”. He’s found incredible success as a musician and is recognized across the world.
After being forced to slow down his busy and high-energy schedule because of COVID-19, Andy had to come to terms with his mental health in a way that he hadn’t before. The struggles that he faced over the past year and a half are now inspiring his music and helping him relate to his listeners in a new way.
We sat down with Andy to learn more about how he's learned to manage his mental health, what serves as “emotional aspirin” in his daily life, and what it was like for him to dive deep into his mental health journey while writing his new music.
This is Andy Grammer, and here’s a piece of his mind....
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