It’s okay to not be okay. That was the message coming from Justin Trudeau on Monday, as he promised Canadians who are struggling that they’re “not alone.”\nIn a new tweet, shared on Blue Monday, the prime minister acknowledged that the last 12 months have been pretty difficult and overwhelming.\nEditor's Choice: Trudeau Just Ranked Number 1 On The 2021 Maclean's Power List & This Is Why\n\nIt’s okay to not be okay. It’s been a really tough year, and there’s a lot going on. So if you’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed, know that you’re not alone - and know that there are resources available to help you. To get connected to them, click here: https://t.co/lu5YnIGvPD— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 18, 2021\n\n“It’s been a really tough year, and there’s a lot going on,” he admitted via Twitter.\nThe PM urged anybody feeling anxious or overwhelmed to consider using any of Canada’s mental health resources to get support.\nHe also reminded Canadians that they are “not alone” in experiencing these feelings.\nHis message came on Blue Monday, a day considered to be the most depressing of the year.\nWhile it’s usually a tough time of year anyway, thanks to the cold and dark weather among other things, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has made things feel a little worse.\nIn a follow-up message, Justin Trudeau urged anybody who is thinking about suicide to contact the Canada Suicide Prevention Service at 1-833-456-4566 or text 45645.\nIf you or anyone you know is struggling with depression or mental health concerns, please reach out to a trusted peer, parent or health care professional. You can also contact a helpline which is available 24 hours a day to talk. Or click here, for additional resources.\nIf you need immediate assistance please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest hospital. Support is available.