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Eliot 40m
We love this quote that reminds us all to be transparent with our feelings and !
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Time to Change Wales 6h
Today is and we are grateful today and every day for our Time to Change Wales Champions, who are volunteers with experience of mental health problems at the heart of our campaign. It is their voices and stories which are helping us in Wales🌟
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Bentley, Mr Mohawk UK 2019 Dec 1
Replying to @Pup_Bentley
For a far, far better one. I am healthy, I am strong, I’m alive. And I will be for a long time. =U
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Jeni Driscoll 20h
So awesome for the NAMI mention!
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Justin Slocum Bailey Dec 2
Replying to @IndwellingLang
PS. go ahead and share, retweet, reply, etc.—the whole point is to make stuff like this public so that people know they're not alone
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SmallBusinessCharter 7h
Mental ill-health is one of the leading causes of absence from work. Here's some vital guidance for supporting your coworkers and colleagues.
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Adam Baker 5h
Stop the stigma and normalize mental health issues! MH Awareness day is Oct 10th, but should be everyday!
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UNT Dallas Strong 2h
We had a wonderful turnout at our award ceremony for our PSA Winners and participants. Thank you to Dean Orlando Perez for helping us distribute certificates and awards.
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guyfelicella Dec 3
Consumption sites have existed for over 100 years there called bar's, taverns and pubs! Remove the stigma that surrounds them! I died six times... let's stop the stigma of harm reduction (Guy Felicella | TEDxWhiteRock) via
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Georgia Parish Dec 4
Trained to be an Employee Champion today with Time To Change Wales - lets start talking about mental health 💪🏻
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Insight Matters 9h
Do you feel you can be open about your in your workplace? If not, what do you think is stopping you? Is it the fear of being treated differently, being passed over for a promotion because they might think “you couldn’t handle it” and losing your job?
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Meredith Dolhare Dec 3
I love this video. It is amazing all that Natashia has overcome. One of the best days of 2019 for me personally was helping her get custody of her daughter back in court. Check out her story!
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#ExpectRespect 10h
Take our Reducing stigma related to gender, culture and HIV and AIDS course to arm yourself with the necessary tools to address stigma as a trainer and SRHR practitioner. TAKE THE COURSE TODAY -
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Ian Gerbrandt 4h
Beautiful Commemorative Tree at Regional Hospital from Moms Stop the Harm. I encourage people to visit & reflect on the stories and local impact of overdose and stigma. Also a good interview with one mom, Jill, in this story
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Genesis Carazo Nov 29
Today was a hard day, and that’s ok.
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Winnie Byanyima Dec 1
On I called on govts to repeal all laws that discriminate & criminalise groups of people driving them away from life-saving services. Every human being has inherent rights including the right to health & right to life.
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Justin Slocum Bailey Dec 2
Thread CW: self-harm I was going to send this only to a circle of close friends, but decided to drop it here to keep striving to & as part of a discipline of doggedly channeling my pain or felt powerlessness into something productive or even encouraging
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Thomas Blackburn Dec 4
However, as annoying as the process is! Everyone should get tested, not knowing your status is not good enough. Regular testing is the best way to ensure you have no stis!
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RnR Mental Health Dec 2
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averee daun evans Dec 2
Mental illness has consumed my life for as long as I can remember. I’m devoted to reparenting myself. I’m learning healthier ways to live. My goal in life is to not only live my best life, my goal in life is to be open to continuous growth.
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