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Jocelyn Cox May 18
Want your voice to be heard and to inspire the next generation to be more open than ours was? You could be that change in how the world views mental health by signing up to be a Young Champion today.
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Erez May 19
As someone living with a , , or have you ever felt stigmatized or treated differently in a setting by any of these proffesions? (In a Non related situation)
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ARTIST TAXI DRIVER May 19
“Scrapping of nurses bursaries is beyond ineptitude beyond incompetence, it is a deliberate act of sabotage by this Government”
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The Wildlife Trusts May 19
Daily contact with nature makes you happier and healthier. It reduces levels of stress and improves concentration.
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The Wildlife Trusts May 20
Greener neighbourhoods have been proven to help prevent depression and other mental illnesses.
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Erez May 19
It is not all of us, we teach people that when we accept that and we live that.
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Kay Fairest May 18
It’s about enjoying the little things, a walk in the wood, bluebells, birdsong, butterflies, sunlight on a dandelion, ferns unfurling and wildflowers 💚🦋🌱🌸🐝🐞🐦
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Becky Oatley May 20
To end , a day of good people, good wheels & good weather 😎👌
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Phoebe Bagnall May 17
Great evening at our Leeds office launch party. 🌤😎
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Neasden Temple May 18
At , we're committed to raising awareness in the community about , strengthening family bonds and doing good for others, to ensure wider family support and professional help is available to all those who need it
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Natasha Devon MBE May 20
To round off I’m heading to to talk about from 9pm. If you have experience, what one thing do you think listeners should know? Tweet me your thoughts.
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Tom May 20
is nearly over, that doesn't mean we shouldn't stop encouraging people to talk. Let this be just the beginning! 🗣
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BookTrust May 18
might be drawing to a close, but it's so important that we keep talking about it all year round - especially with young people facing so many different pressures. Here's how Ewa Jozefkowicz thinks books can help:
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Natasha Devon MBE May 20
What a week! Thanks so much to everyone who has supported my book A Beginner’s Guide to & helped get to 40k signatures. But is a topic for all 52 weeks of the year so please keep talking, sharing & learning.
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Help for Heroes May 19
If you or a loved one are struggling with your , we're here to help. Watch Veteran, Norman, talking to Amy from our team about the support he's received, and get in touch:
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Oxleasbmenetwork May 18
Wonderful supportive conversations going on.....
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The Self-Esteem Team May 20
It’s the final day of & coverage has already waned from the powerful punch of launch day & 2mro may v well fall off a cliff. So this is a memo to say that while the conversation may quieten down publicly we’ll keep fighting so EVERY DAY focuses on mental health awareness!
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NHS England May 19
Tell your GP you've Served so you can access dedicated services for , including the Veterans Mental Health Transition, Intervention & Liaison Service (TILS) & the Veterans Mental Health Complex Treatment Service Info at
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YACymru May 18
In our recent YA survey,being a YA has helped a lot/a bit: ✅83% meet new people ✅76% improve their health&wellbeing ✅97% experience new opportunities ✅96% improve confidence ✅91% improve health&wellbeing of others
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NVRnorthampton May 20
“What makes children get better from a trauma is to other human beings.... those kinds of interactions end up being much more therapeutic & healing than many of the other things that we try to do with kids.” -
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