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Too many people with mental health problems are made to feel isolated and ashamed. We want to change the way people think and act about mental health problems.
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Time to Change 17h
Replying to @diane232323
Hi Diane, how are things today? Are you getting any support at all for your mental health? There's some info from our partner Mind about accessing support here > Take care, Cam at Time to Change
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Time to Change 21h
"I started to experience more and more discrimination due to people not understanding my illness." Zoe shares her experience of PTSD, and the discrimination she faced whilst at school 👇
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Time to Change Aug 6
"We need to keep the conversation going all year round. Mood disorders affect so many of us, but are very often misunderstood."
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Time to Change Aug 6
👂 Haven't heard from them in ages? 🗨️ They've been saying unusual or out of character things? ❓ They seem really distracted when you call or see each other? If a friend is acting differently, find out how to support them:
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Time to Change Aug 5
Replying to @InternetofWords
Hi Sarah. Thanks for getting in touch and letting us know. There's no expectation for you to partake if you no longer feel that it's for you. If you did want to to discuss your feedback, you're welcome to drop us an email at digital@time-to-change.org.uk. Take care, Fern at TTC
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Time to Change Aug 4
"I ignored my own mental health because I didn’t show the typical signs that are stereotyped by society." Suzie shares how mental health stereotypes made her question her mental health 👇
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Time to Change Aug 3
Replying to @iamchrisclark
Hi Chris, I'm glad you like the beer mats! Unfortunately we no longer provide these as they were part of a previous campaign, however we do provide free materials you can download & print at home. Lots of venues like to put posters up in their loos etc 😊
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Time to Change Aug 3
"Depression doesn't care about the weather, your weekend plans, or the birthday coming up that you'd do anything to be able to enjoy." Fern shares her experience of living with depression during the summer 👇
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Time to Change Jul 31
"Obsessions and compulsions can revolve around any subject, any fear, and frequently fixates on what is specifically significant to an individual." Ciara talks about the misconceptions around OCD and how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted her:
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Time to Change Jul 31
Replying to @followingflami1
Thanks for letting us share! 💛
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Time to Change Jul 30
"You gave me space to talk things over if I wanted to, or to just sit and get some calm." Supporting a friend can be as simple as listening without judgement. Lena shares a thank you to the friends that have been there for her 💌
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Time to Change Jul 29
"Whether or not this is conscious on their part, it can feel like they are trivialising my anxiety experience." Minimising someone's experience of anxiety can be unhelpful, Erin shares her experience 👇
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Time to Change Jul 27
Let's break down the myths that persist about bipolar disorder. Read stories from people with personal experience:
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Time to Change Jul 26
Replying to @LindamBroughto1
Thanks for getting back to us - you can contact us privately with your suggestion at info@time-to-change.org.uk From Matt at Time to Change
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Time to Change Jul 26
Replying to @RigbyBarnet
Sorry to hear that you are having a tough time at work. Mind have some information about discrimination at work that will help you understand your rights and figure out what steps you can take. You can find out more here: From Matt at Time to Change
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Time to Change Jul 25
Replying to @Kazzer7star
2/2...in Mind’s information about discrimination and your rights at work: . Take care, Julie at Time to Change.
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Time to Change Jul 25
Replying to @Kazzer7star
Hi Karen, I’m really sorry that happened to you – there are still too many workplaces that don’t have the right attitude towards people with mental health problems. How recently did this happen to you? You might be interested... 1/2
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Time to Change Jul 24
Replying to @lozzzknight @TtcYork
Thanks so much for sharing with us Lauren! 🙌
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Time to Change Jul 24
"I shared information about my mental health and my previous experience of discrimination at work…and I got a brilliantly positive response." Lauren compares reactions from two employers and explores the impact they had on her mental health:
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Time to Change Jul 24
1️⃣ Talk with them about their experiences 2️⃣ Educate yourself about bipolar 3️⃣ Learn their triggers Our charity partners & both feature in this piece on supporting someone living with bipolar disorder.
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