It is the ultimate in beauty.
It is also a key to unlocking the power of love and self-worth in the midst of the most challenging time in our lives.
It brings us a sense of belonging and purpose, which is so crucial for our personal growth.
But it also puts us at risk for many chronic illnesses that often lead to mental and physical illness.
Nena, the owner of the Nenas Beauty Salon in Los Angeles, is an example.
She says that her clientele has gone through a lot during her 20-year career, including heart disease, migraines, depression and addiction.
I’ve been in therapy, and I’m so thankful that I’m still alive, she says.
The salon has helped her through her own struggles, but also her husband’s, who is battling Type 1 diabetes.
Her patients have included some of Hollywood’s most powerful and influential women, including Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman and Angelina Jolie.
Nena says she is a very hard worker, and her clients have paid for her to take care of their physical and mental health.
It’s a process.
The salon is very focused on the beauty, and the staff are very attentive to the needs of the clientele, Nena tells Fox News.
We can’t take for granted that there are people in this world who are doing better with this kind of support and attention, she adds.
There are many women who work in the beauty industry, but there are also a lot of women who are struggling and they need our help.
With so many women living with mental illness, I feel like there’s a lot more stigma around mental health and people who struggle with mental health,” Nena said.
And for many, she offers a glimpse into a world that is still in its infancy.
Many women who struggle and seek help for mental health issues are stigmatized and invisible, she said.
They are seen as failures, and their mental health is considered an unimportant part of their lives.
I think there is a lack of understanding, Nenans says.
I feel that if you don’t speak up, you are not going to hear the truth.
In the meantime, Nene says she plans to continue to advocate for mental illness sufferers and their families to find ways to improve their health.
She also believes that mental health awareness and access can be a part of addressing the challenges of addiction.
I believe that addiction is a gateway to all of our problems, she tells Fox.
If we can improve access to health care and make mental health a priority for everybody, we can help make mental illness more accessible, and hopefully less stigmatizing,” Nenan adds.