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Jordan Andrew May 23
It's very important for employers to provide a healthy environment when it comes to mental health. Employees shouldn't feel ashamed to admit that they might be struggling with something. It's okay to not be okay.
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National Council May 23
How you talk to your kids about their matters
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Motivational Quotes May 23
Don't believe what you tell yourself when you are sad.
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˜”*°•.˜”*°• StarShine •°*”˜.•°*”˜ May 23
To all of you who are also struggling with / 💚
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NHS Primary Care Mental Health Team(Healthy Minds) May 24
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Victoria Versey May 23
Repeat & RT It's ok to ask for help It's ok to ask for help It's ok to ask for help It's ok to ask for help It's ok to ask for help It's ok to ask for help
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Jordan Brown May 23
We are what we focus on. If we spent more time, as a society, focusing on , we'd be much better off for it. Do you agree?
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Cynthia Germanotta May 23
Thank you for sharing, ! I'm so proud of the principals, teachers, and - above all - the students for prioritizing and learning the skills to support one another!
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Ian Kremer May 24
Please re-Tweet this gentle reminder for those fortunate few whose lives have been untouched by ‘invisible’ illnesses.
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Danny Pickering May 23
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Motivational Quotes May 23
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World Economic Forum 10m
Why we should all worry about anxiety
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Isabel Hunt 8h
Sometimes all the suffering, growth, and trauma is kind of worth it when you start to become the person you always wish you were and knew you could be.
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Reality & Positivity 10h
Sorry for Twitter silence - just been very busy had to prioritise - which is an important part of self care To prioritise ask: Does this need to be done now? How important is it that I do it now? Have I got any wiggle room time wise? What fall out if don't do now?
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Major Andrew Fox 7h
It’s OK not to be OK. The flypast at the Indy 500 today included an A10. The last time I saw one, it was bailing me out of a very tasty contact in Afghanistan. I had a visceral reaction that caught me off guard and I needed 2 mins to compose myself. It’s OK. 💪🏼
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Emily E James 10h
Day 9 of How To Thrive While Being Wildly Depressed: it’s ok if your definition of a “good” day isn’t the same as everyone else’s.
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Jordan Brown 13h
Don't aim to be better than anyone else. You'll never be that way. Instead, aim to be better than you were the day before. That's all you can control, and your will thank you.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus May 25
is a silent killer. Every year around 800,000 people die from suicide because we do not detect early signs. Mental health should be integrated into . I really appreciate Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of the Belgium’s 🇧🇪 involvement in this issue
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Dr Anil Shekhawat, MD, AIIMS New Delhi 3h
"You cannot recover from anxiety by just staying calm. You cannot recover from depression by just being positive. You cannot recover from anorexia nervosa by just eating more. If mental illnesses were that simple we wouldn’t be struggling in the fist place.”
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sharon orapeleng🇧🇼🇦🇺 19h
issues and drug issues is not what killed ..violence killed her! Courtney mental health issues should not be the narrative for her murder !
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