As May finally comes to a close, so does Mental Health Awareness Month. I feel as though in most situations, this valuable month is very importance in our society. However, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, it seems that we have forgotten to recognize, as greatly as we normally do, this month. Yet, it might be more important now, then ever before, to discuss mental health, not just for those who have diagnosed or undiagnosed mental disorders, but also for those whose mental health has been in good standing… until now. And just because typically talking about mental health is ‘taboo,’ does not mean that discussion should be ignored.