VIDEO: Watch the Video for 'breathe.' by BriGuel for National Emotional Wellness Month

Feel like you need a breath? "breathe." is a NEW song and video for National Emotional Wellness Month by "BriGuel," Brianne Berkson and Miguel Gluckstern, the entertainment couple dedicated to making music with a message.

"Our song and video 'breathe.' share the journey of our struggle from addiction to recovery," said Berkson. "In our case, we took this self-destructive behavior and transformed it, replacing it with love, and we share this story for the first time publicly, hoping to inspire courage and transformation in others."

2017 was the worst year for drug overdose deaths in America, killing 200 people each day, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. October's National Emotional Wellness Month is a reminder that our emotional well-being is as important as our physical health, encouraging healthy habits, paying attention to thoughts and feelings, assessing behaviors, and developing a positive attitude towards life.

"We made 'breathe.' because everyone has traumatic, painful experiences in life and we all have different reactions," said Gluckstern. "'breathe.' is about facing your own demons and finding the strength to heal. When we breathe, we create space to calm our minds, gain perspective and face our struggles, the first step toward recovery."

In line with encouraging a positive message, the couple's first song and video "LOVE" is starting to go viral on Facebook with more than 230,000 views in four weeks. "breathe." is BriGuel's second song, and the couple plans to release an album over the next few months. Each song coincides with an episode of their forthcoming series about the NYC artist life and hustle and social issues, to be released in 2019.

Listen to "breathe." and watch the video below! Share these mental health resources with friends and community:

Brianne Berkson and Miguel Gluckstern are "BriGuel," an international artist-couple on a mission to make music with a message. BriGuel sing, rap, dance, write, act, direct, edit, and produce music, film, and TV. Berkson and Gluckstern are descendants of Holocaust survivors. "It's our purpose to do this work because of our history and the pain our family, and humanity at large, experienced," said Gluckstern. "In Spain, we say 'pon tu granito de arena,' which means 'make your contribution,' so that's what we do." Learn more via, iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Youtube, Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.

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