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Mental Health First Aid England Jun 14
"How do I feel today, mentally, physically? How did I sleep last night? Is there anything I can improve?" This take a moment to check in with your . Try asking yourself questions from our 'Weekly Wellbeing Check-Up'
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Erez Jun 13
It’s okay to feel sad. It’s okay to feel stressed. It’s okay to feel mad. It’s okay to feel scared. It’s okay to feel. Mental Health is how we think, feel & behave. You don’t need to have a Mental Illness to is universal.
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noeticpsychiatry Jun 14
Unfortunately we live in a world filled with stigma about . Where if you break your arm, everyone runs over to sign your cast, but if you tell people you're depressed they run the other way. We are here to break the stigma. Contact us today.
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Sarah Jun 12
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Born This Way Jun 13
Bravery is teens across the country refusing to stay silent about mental health. Learn how we're working with to connect young people with the resources they need to help their peers through crises.
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Motivational Quotes Jun 12
The conversations you have with yourself are ALWAYS more important than those you'll have with others
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Jordan Andrew 22h
There's nothing wrong with being on medication. Remember that.
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Qualia Counselling Jun 14
Failure Happens! Many of us fear as something negative that means we’re not good enough. Try seeing failure as an OPPORTUNITY to learn! Think about some of the failures you’ve experienced- many of them taught you something helpful that you’ll never forget!
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Mind Blazer Jun 13
Make sure to check yourself.
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Lisa Zarcone Jun 14
Be kind to yourself when you are struggling
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۞ ψυχολογία ۩ Jun 13
Mental illnesses can: - make you lose/gain weight - make it hard to leave the house - give you sleep problems - give you stomach problems - give you anxiety/panic attacks - make you have breakdowns - make you have suicidal ideation - make your memory bad matters!
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Betsy Ross (author) Jun 13
Publisher or no publisher. is still going to happen 😎❤🇺🇸 ☆OPINIONS ARE MY OWN☆
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Melanie Korach Jun 14
My message to my students today: “Be YOU even if some people try to change you. Who you are is a gift to the world!”
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Cascade Charlton House 15h
And we are ready to roll Cascade Open Day 2019 come and say hello and find out a little more about what we do at
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Amy Bloom Jun 13
Really encouraging, open and thought provoking event tonight with about in the workplace. It's time for business to act and create environments for employees free from stigma around mental health. It's never too late to talk about it.
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Adam B. Hill, M.D. 23h
My depression felt like the drowning density of a blanket under water; Heavy. And downward bound. On the best days, I tread water with an enveloping weight, And on the worst, I felt my head succumb to the water for minutes at a time.
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Natasha Devon MBE Jun 14
My research shows a large discrepancy in what young people say causes them the most & & in their ’ perception thereof (particularly in relation to social media - the truth is probably somewhere in middle).
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NHS Primary Care Mental Health Team(Healthy Minds) Jun 14
and 10 ways to inprove your mental health on
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Jordan Brown Jun 14
I got into the field because of my mom. I was unprepared to help her during a crisis, and I didn't want anyone feeling like I did. I ended up using what I learned to help with my own mental health. Isn't that how it goes?
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Emily 14h
There's a lot to be said for sharing your mentalhealth/trauma story but only when you feel in control of it. Always look after yourself when sharing and also be mindful of your audience, good to look out for each other.
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