SB19 Cares

We are a group of Psychology students, graduates, and professionals who are big time fans of P-pop boygroup SB19 aiming to promote Mental Health awareness and to give support to individuals who need it.

Welcome to SB19 Cares Website! —

Thank you so much for checking us out! Our website is dedicated to each and every one of you. We aim to promote mental health awareness and be a friend whenever you need one. We hope that you find comfort in the things that we share here in our website.

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We got this!

We don't have to do everything alone. Sometimes we need other people to help us. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It's being human. We are here to help each other out.

The road to self-discovery

What are you made of?

Conformity is not a bad thing but we have to recognize and appreciate differences and diversity as well. What are the things that make you who you are? What are your strengths? Your weaknesses? Your goals? Your belief system? Those things makes us uniquely wonderful.

Knowing oneself is a journey. We navigate life in different ways and we each have our timeline. You are doing the best that you can and I hope you know that.

Accepting ourselves is a different kind of courage and challenge. It's easy to look at ourselves and see the bad things. While there is a dark side to each of us, I hope that you also recognize the good ones. We are not static beings. We are constantly learning and growing.

You are more than meets the eye. Your existence is irreplaceable. Remember that.

(Art /photo credits to Joseph Lee) Link to site below.

Listen to your Emotions

My emotions are valid

Hey you! Just a gentle reminder that it's okay to be sad or down every once in a while. Sadness and crying doesn't make you less of a person. It's part of being human.

Recognize and accept your emotions for what they are. Don't suppress them too much. Knowing our emotions well can help us manage them better. Know your triggers and identify healthy coping mechanisms that works for you. Coping is different for everyone. Find one that fits your situation and lifestyle.

Your emotions are part of who you are and we cannot separate it from our daily lives. Emotions can tell us a lot about ourselves, we just have to learn how to recognize them.


A Work in Progress

You're Going to Get There

We sometimes get caught up in life with the standards and goals that we set for ourselves. We may have thoughts like, "I'll be happy if..." or "I'll feel contented with myself only when...". While setting standards and having goals for ourselves is good practice, we can be overwhelmed by them of we don't set healthy boundaries.

We have timelines, deadlines, and other responsibilities that it's so easy to get stressed out when things don't work out. Especially if you are not only taking care of yourself, but also other important people in your life. You will encounter challenges, criticisms, and other problems while chasing your goals. That's reality. However, it doesn't mean that you are a failure or that you are not doing a good job just because you encounter these obstacles.

You are doing great. No matter how slow your progress is, it is still progress and you should be proud of yourself because you are doing what you can with what you have. Don't beat yourself up too much when things don't go the way you thought they would. Plans don't work out perfectly all the time. And just like these imperfect plans, us humans are also not perfect. Know that you are allowed to make mistakes or slip up every once in a while. It doesn't make you less of a person.

Your flaws and weaknesses does not make you unlovable or less worthy. It makes you a work in progress. It means that you have so much potential for growth inside of you. So much potential. You're getting there! 💙

photo/art credits: SelfLoveCircle


Get to know us better!

Get to know SB19CARES!

Who are We?
SB19 Cares was founded by one of us, a fellow A'TIN! Our Mental Health awareness group members became acquainted through our common interest, our love for SB19. We eventually became friends and decided to launch this platform to give out support to our fellow A'TIN.

What are our qualifications/degrees?
We are a mix of psychology students and graduates. We will provide a complete and updated profile to show you guys once we complete our selections of admins/moderators.

What kind of service do we provide?
We are psychology students, graduates, instructors, and registered psychometricians only. We do not, and will not provide counseling or psychotherapy sessions. We also do not give out diagnosis and prescription medications. What we can offer is a listening ear and a safe space for everyone to open up about what they are going through. Rest assured that we value confidentiality and anonymity above all. We will not force anyone to tell us anything that they are not comfortable about. Your stories are safe with us.

We do not have licensed psychologists nor guidance counselors in our current line-up of admins. We are planning to find more professionals in our field to provide better services for everyone. Please be patient with us on the matter.

We will redirect/refer anyone we talk to to other registered professionals when the things that are being shared to us become extremely critical and/or sensitive for us to handle. We want you to feel and be safe above all else.

What time can you message us?
Anytime! However, since the current admins of this page also has a day-to-day job to take care of please expect a few delays in our replies. But rest assured that we carefully read your messages once we get to it. We know how important everyone's stories & experiences are.

🌻 Admin Jane (Nancy Jane Victorino, RPm, LPT ~ *MAEd 33 units)