Mind your business. Who never heard this coming from a teenager? Even I used to say it. Mental health is a real big problem, even if awareness levels are increasing. According to the World Health Organization “mental health conditions account for 16% of the global burden of disease and injury in people aged 10–19 years.” Teenagers years are a crucial moment in our development and are not always so easy. Dealing with school pressure, bullying episodes, your first love, the realizations of what social status means during teenage years, this are all stress factor that, when left unwatched, can lead to mental health issues. Depression is probably one of the most prominent health problems. The fact that you might look around and think there is no reason for you to be sad can be a catalyst in you not telling anyone and leaving the problem untreated. It is of the upmost importance to start educating teenagers about mental health and that these problems are, above all, health problems, that can be treated and should be. But also, we need to be on the lookout for these problems and making sure we don’t leave anyone alone in the world.