UHSM Health Share Launches Emotional Wellness Social Media Campaign for October

NORFOLK, Va .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – UHSM Health Share, a nonprofit nonprofit organization based on Christian beliefs and values, empowers WeShare, a health sharing product from UHSM, along with Anne Beiler, founder of Aunt Anne’s Pretzels and motivational speaker, a social media – Emotional Wellness Series titled Talk About It Tuesday. Every Tuesday from October 5, 2021 to October 26, 2021, WeShare publishes videos on Instagram with Anne Beiler, who gives viewers the tools they need to strengthen and control their emotional well-being. This series of videos will be helpful to everyone, and anyone who engages in the social media posts will be eligible to win a free personalized book by Anne.

Because emotional wellbeing is critical to overall physical and mental health, the Talk About it Tuesday video series will encourage followers to be healthy, happy, and involved in their communities. Through this monthly campaign, WeShare and Anne Beiler will teach people to stay in touch with their emotions and help them understand and unpack their feelings. Overall, the goal is to keep viewers physically, mentally and spiritually healthy, which is of great importance before the holidays, where people are most stressed and lonely.

“I’m so grateful that we’re focusing on emotional wellbeing in October,” said Anne Beiler, bestselling author and WeShare spokeswoman. “Many of us focus on our physical well-being and do the things necessary to take care of our bodies, but we need to remember that emotional well-being is also critical to a healthy life.”

The final session of the Talk About it Tuesday series on October 26, 2021 will include a virtual interview with Yoli Origel, the founder of Cancer Kinship. Yoli will share her own inspiring story and share her relationship with fear in the fight against stage four breast cancer. The general hope for this campaign is that people will recognize the effects of neglecting our emotional wellbeing and address these issues for improved mental health.

“October is a month of emotional wellbeing and we are very excited to be working with Anne Beiler on such an important topic,” said Chris Jin, President of UHSM. “Anne has shown immense courage in choosing emotional wellbeing as a platform from which to share her story. UHSM is honored that she provides tips to our members on how to focus on emotions and weather difficult times.”

In addition, everyone who engages in the videos on social media will be entered into a raffle to win a free personalized book by Anne. There will be three book winners who will be announced on Fridays in October.

For more information on UHSM, please visit: www.uhsm.com

Take part in the Talk About it Tuesday video series published on We Share and UHSM’s social media.

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ABOUT UHSM

UHSM Health Share is a non-profit, faith-based health service that facilitates member health exchanges among fellow Christians and acts as a liaison to administer medical cost sharing through its We Share programs. Christian health care is chosen by millions over traditional insurance plans each year, and UHSM’s We Share programs are the only health release that gives members true prescription coverage through the CVS Caremark network, as well as access to primary care through the CVS Minute Clinic and Health Hub offers. We Share and UHSM members also have access to care from nearly a million doctors, hospitals and specialists from the First Health PPO Network, a wholly owned subsidiary of Aetna Inc. In addition, all members can use the DocDay telehealth network seven days a week for diagnosis, Treatments, laboratory orders and prescriptions related to more than 40 health conditions. Headquartered in Norfolk, VA, UHSM offers simple, fair, and friendly health programs to its members. UHSM’s mission is to help Christian families fulfill their God-given purpose, care for one another, promote holistic wellbeing, and positively impact our communities in need.

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