Crowder Talks Mental Health On ‘Good Morning America’

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Crowder is a 3x GRAMMY nominee who is topping the Billboard charts, but even a musician who feels on top of the world can feel the weight of poor mental health. When his busy schedule or stress of the entertainment industry gets to be too much, he has five tricks for boosting his mental health. He spoke with Good Morning America about these go-to techniques:
1. Send someone some donuts
2. Mail someone a handwritten letter
3. Call someone you haven’t talked to in a while, or call your mom
4. Send the pair of sneakers you’ve been eyeing to someone who needs them more
5. Help out your neighbor with yard work, a carwash or anything
Crowder will release his ‘Milk & Honey’ album this Friday, June 11th via sixstepsrecords / Capitol Christian Music Group. It’s a hopeful and celebratory collection of songs that show the promise of a better future for every person. The album features “Good God Almighty,” a song that’s sat in the No. 1 spot at radio for five straight weeks and has also landed No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart. Crowder delivered an electrifying performance of the hit song at the 2021 K-LOVE Fan Awards last weekend, here: youtu.be/mPvyXE5yb2w
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