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Simon Blake Apr 18
April is Stress Awareness Month which has been a really useful opportunity to pause and reflect on when and how I manage stress. I wrote a blog with links to some handy tools from . How do you ?
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Olivia Bond Jan 4
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Mental Health First Aid England Aug 20
Day 2 of our 7 days of self-care. Today we're asking you to turn inwards and ask yourself how you are feeling today. What can you do to better look after you? Take a look at some of our free resources for ways to .
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PEF Team - Stockport NHS FT. May 7
This is such a good way of seeing how stress can build up...... Is your cupeth overflowing? We've all got a Stress Container - What's in yours? Visit the Stress Container tool to learn more
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April Apr 11
Definitely important to do, I haven’t this week. I know I’m stressed because I’ve been coming up in hives, having headaches, feeling like my brain is in a fog and have been feeling nauseous.
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Emma Barnes Mar 19
Looking after your own mental health is as equally, if not more important than looking after others. Can you identify your stressors and triggers??
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Pete Batley Oct 9
Follow for great tips and info on wellness and mental health. I am trying to follow his advice to 🏋️‍♂️🏃‍♂️ but need to try harder to avoid caffeine and sugar ☕🍰.
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Simon Blake Apr 23
April is . ICYMIE I wrote a short blog about managing and addressing stress and what I have learnt works for me
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Fay Cavagin Dec 14
Brillian resource when was the last time you had a wellbeing check-up?
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🍁Strongertogether🍁 Apr 25
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Albrighton & Cosford CFR May 16
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Simon Blake Jan 16
We are half way through the week. Take a look at this handy well being list from and see if there is anything you can do
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Mental Health First Aid England Sep 22
What do you do to manage your levels? Here are some of our stress-busting tips to help you pause and take a step back. 👉For more resources to help you visit
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Emily Hamilton Apr 1
In the past I refused to admit when my mental health was poor. These days I know mental health is as important as physical health. You would never tell someone with a broken leg to ignore their pain. Self care is so important and so is sharing how you feel.
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Marge Wiltshire Apr 10
today. I am showing some of these signs so I am off home to relax walk the dog read a book and most importantly leave work at work.
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Advice Space May 13
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Jason Gravestock Apr 11
Its FRIDAY so its a good opportunity to take some time and undergo some self care. Complete your weekly wellbeing check up below and have a look at their great resources if you need them
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Melanie Walker Apr 1
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Deborah Taylor Oct 21
This is a very simple but effective weekly wellbeing check, especially for colleagues working in frontline services
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Julia Worthington Oct 18
Prepping or my session at conference next week. We've all got a Stress Container - What's in yours? Visit the Stress Container tool to learn more
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