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PANDAS is the leading UK charity in supporting families suffering from pre (antenatal) and postnatal mental illnesses.
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PANDAS 2h
How are you today? It’s always nice to be asked how you are to be acknowledged and thought about. You are important and we are always here for you no matter how you are feeling
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PANDAS 18h
Doing the London Marathon this year? Fancy a charity skydive or a sponsored walk? We don’t mind how you raise money for Pandas. But we need YOUR support to continue our work helping parents get through perinatal mental illness. So please consider raising funds for us. 🙏🏼💷
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YoungMinds Jan 15
‘How to support your best friend when they’re suffering from depression’. The Metro share their tips
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PANDAS 23h
A powerful reminder that all might not be what it seems when browsing social media. Don't compare yourself to others. You are good enough & everyone is fighting a battle that you know nothing about - contrary to what they might be posting on social media.
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PANDAS Jan 16
Replying to @thatbohomama
Thanks so much! Let us know all about it when you’re set up and we’ll help you promote it 😘
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PANDAS Jan 14
Our incredible supporter is making a huge and significant challenge in aid of perinatal mental health. Please support him with his wonderful journey of strength and courage. A HUGE thank you from us as PANDAS will.
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PANDAS Jan 12
We solely rely on donations so we can help families, if you decide to fundraise this year, keep us in mind 💜
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PANDAS Jan 12
If your week hasn’t gone well, don’t worry we can help you, you can call us or email!
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PANDAS Jan 10
Does this look familiar? Do you feel like to are drowning? Remember to talk. It could be to a family member or close friend. You can also talk to your gp, midwife or health visitor. And don’t forget we are always here to listen
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PANDAS Jan 9
Thanks sooo much to our wonderful supporters in Doncaster who’ve made an amazing charity calendar to raise funds for Pandas ❤️ Check them out 👇🏼
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PANDAS Jan 9
It’s common to feel anxious when you’re pregnant or have a baby. It doesn’t mean you did anything wrong. If you feel anxious & want to talk, we’re here to listen. Our helpline is 0843 28 98 401, open 9am-8pm (calls 5p per min plus usual rate)
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PANDAS Jan 8
We rely on donations to support the mums and dads going through tough times, helping them get through to the other side. Like wonderful who is running a Marathon, you can find out about ways to fundraise for Pandas here: Thank you 🙏🏼💜
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PANDAS Jan 8
Replying to @Echo_Will
Thank you thank you Will! We really appreciate you choosing us as we rely on donations to keep supporting parents. Try this page - but shout if you still don’t get a reply 😊
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DoncasterWellbeing Jan 7
The calendar is now available to order with the launch on the 13th January at Woodfield Squash Club. All proceeds to ( support ) More details:
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PANDAS Jan 7
We would like to say a huge heart felt THANK - YOU to Sarah at Sweaty Mamas for fundraising and raising £136! Every penny helps us to continue supporting our parents suffering with perinatal mental health illness.
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PANDAS Jan 5
We all feel we can cope better with sleep, easier said than done with a baby, accept help and try to catch up 💜
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PANDAS Jan 5
We love this article about mindfulness, anthem approach on how we can look after ourselves 💜
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PANDAS Jan 5
We often get asked if we are ok, and we often say yeah I’m fine. Tell people close how you feel, let them help! We can help too 💜
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PANDAS Jan 5
We all think we know how we should feel when we are pregnant, but very often this isn’t the case, we are here to support you too
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PANDAS Jan 2
We know it’s difficult to make time for yourself, especially when you’re pregnant or a new parent. But self care is so important as a way of managing your mental wellbeing. Here are 50 ideas for getting some ‘me time’ even if just a few mins🌤🎧🛁💌🏞❤️
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