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Sign in School Nov 15
Thank you for including sub titles to ensure that this is an inclusive video which can be accessed by those who may struggle with accessing spoken language, youngsters who struggle to communicate are more vulnerable to being bullied, and may find it harder to ask for help
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Anti-Bullying Alliance #AntiBullyingWeek Nov 15
Today is Day focussing on cyberbullying. 😡💻 If you agree on creating a safer internet - share our video which has been entirely written and created by young people from the , and . 😀🙌
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 13
Have you heard of Functional Movement Disorder? Do you want to learn what it is? Then check it out for yourself
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Anti-Bullying Alliance #AntiBullyingWeek Nov 11
Welcome to 2018! 😃 We pledge to always - Will you? RT if you agree.
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 13
Replying to @FmdMovement
Thank you, from a long time sufferer I appreciate all the time and hard work you have put into this, from me and my fellow sufferers 🙂😁
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 13
Great news! Sufferers no longer have to feel they are at fault, made to feel they are to blame for their disorder & . Thank you all for your consistent searching for answers
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 13
Talking can help, so if you have someone willing to listen then try and let go and empty all your feelings out 😁
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 11
I agree lack of sleep can sometimes make more likely, but having an can also lead to me being left very tired. It can be a viscous circle that is difficult to live with.
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Tim Nicholson Nov 9
Shiny new paper from , , Richard Kanaan, Thomas Frodl & me Synthesises accumulating data on role of stress in physical & mental illness. Potential research & treatment implications for functional disorders
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FNDFrieNDS Nov 11
In memory of those diagnosed with shell shock during WW1: those who lost their lives through charges of malingering; those retired without war pensions because their symptoms had no known physical cause; those who participated in pioneering treatments.
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 10
Don't shy away because you don't feel well, or because you are the only disabled person in the room. Just to act normal and smile at others, you may be surprised to find people smile back. What you give out will...
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 7
They are there to talk to you
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 7
Absolutely a great way to put it - “don’t bottle it up!” Stress will always leak out some way, either by actions or words so
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Sanjeev Bhaskar Nov 7
From Darkness to Light, ignorance to enlightenment, cruelty to compassion x
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Tim Nicholson Nov 7
Great news on Functional Neurological Disorder Society & inaugural meeting June 2020....lots of great work/effort from & others Another big moment for
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Rethink Mental Illness Nov 7
Stress affects everyone differently. Some stress can be helpful. Too much stress may make you ill. Find out how you can cope better if you’re struggling >
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kevin bryant Nov 3
RT : Finally get to hear speak. Invaluable 20 years of experience and the experience from patients with
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 6
Calm beauty serenity all help 😊
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epilepsy society Nov 4
Around 3% of people with epilepsy have photosensitive - meaning their seizures can be triggered by flashing lights. Dr Fergus Rugg-Gunn talks about ways you can minimise risk from flashing lights around the festive season
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Functional Movement Disorder Nov 6
I always answer that I am fine, but I rarely am 🙁
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