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3 PWRR THE TIGERS Sep 9
Just brilliant #👍🏻👊🏻
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The Bipolar Doc Jul 29
Please read this and RT. After eleven years as a doctor, I walk away from . This is why.
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annliz nelson Sep 5
Prince Harry doing an amazing job with the vets again
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Constable Chaos Jul 27
I had EMDR treatment recently. I was surprised how many surpressed memories of awful jobs came back - jobs from years ago my brain had clearly parked but never dealt with
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H.mccutcheon Sep 16
Call it old school but i like to sit down as a family for dinner.
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Glenn Haughton OBE MBA Sep 8
is doing well.. Thank you to everyone for spreading the word... Be great to see you and your mates tweeting pics of you trending the same message 🧠 💪🏻 👊🏻
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NHS England Jul 30
👫💙👬💙👭 It’s International Friendship Day 💙 Friends support us through the highs and lows, so we can overcome challenging times. Tag your friend and let us know how you’re checking in on those closest to you on
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Fr. Simon Cutmore 23h
Next up - - a weekly pastoral hour which I hold in church, giving local people the chance to see me.
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Michael Coates Sep 5
Post a picture with you and a mate with the hashtag . A positive way to maintain and improve your mental wellbeing is to talk about concerns, achievements, worries and positive events 👍🏻
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Tommy Whitelaw BCAh Jul 30
Today is International Friendship Day 💙👫💙👬💙👭 Thank you For the friendship ,time,guidance and kindness over the last years.
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Lt Gen Richard Nugee Sep 7
Great initiative, momentum beginning to build.
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eleanormorgan May 14
Aware this echoes what many others have said, but I just cannot BEAR the empty shit like lighting up buildings and hashtags when resourcing and financial obstacles put in place by our godforsaken govt means there’s often no professional to talk *to* for years...
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Chizzy Aug 11
A time to remember that people suffering from depression and anxiety aren’t all walking around with a sad face or crying. They’re often the ones trying to hold it together with a smile and an ‘I’m fine’. ❤️
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Glenn Haughton OBE MBA Sep 7
Thanks to my mate and supporter of our Armed Forces, Mr Tom Hardy for sending this photo to support our campaign. Please retweet this and get the hashtag trending👊🏻🧠
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🧜🏼‍♀️🧝🏻‍♀️🦹🏼‍♀️🌸 Sep 16
how abou, I don’t know, she’s trying to stop the stigma and raise awareness?
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Leanne Hunter Jul 23
BIPOLAR IS A SERIOUS, LIFE THREATENING, DEBILITATING and NON-CUREABLE illness. Don’t tell me to snap out of it, don’t tell me happiness is a choice, don’t tell me that taking meds isn’t good for me (I hate taking them BTW)
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DADS IN MIND Sep 12
Really good to see so many Dads at the meet up tonight, supporting each other. We know it can feel really hard to come along for the first time but just want to encourage you as the groups are friendly & welcoming
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RoyalDreams 👑🌺🛡 Sep 5
let’s help spread the word.
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Army Sergeant Major Gavin Paton Sep 10
Today is . Take a quiet moment to listen to Jamie’s Story. Please think about how you can help yourself, your family and your team mates, today and every single day.
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Amber Graver Aug 21
Had an initial meeting with Emma Williams today in York to discuss mental health stigma and discrimination. Here is my first reaction!
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