The New Brunswick curriculum for health education from kindergarten through grade 12 is almost completely lacking any mention of mental health. Most of the health education is focused on physical health, healthy eating, and personal relationships. These are all very important topics to teach our youth; however, they do not cover all the bases. Mental health is a large aspect of everybody's daily lives, but tends not to be the centre of attention because you cannot physically see it. Out of sight, out of mind, one may say. We think that it is unacceptable to ignore such an important part of our health! These are the reasons that Mind at Ease (ME) has been created. The goal of the ME mental health education program in middle schools is to educate students about keeping their mind healthy. The program includes information about self-care, and self-love; thus promoting a positive relationship with oneself and keeping a positive mind. As the program progresses, the students are taught about the basic physical and emotional changes surrounding different mental illnesses. By educating and talking about mental illnesses, we hope to normalize the conversation around mental illness and end the stigma.