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Lauren 💃🏻 Mar 7
You know, I never finished uni. In my final year I became severely depressed and anxious. I don’t regret that decision for one moment. If you’re struggling, don’t feel ashamed that you are. At the end of the day, do what’s best for you and your health.
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Living Beyond The Borderline Mar 7
If you're currently a student, please remember: - It's okay to struggle at university - You are not the only person feeling like this - Asking for help doesn't make you a failure - Your health, including your mental health, is the most important thing. ❤️
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Samaritans Cymru Mar 7
Today is & we want all students in Wales to know that whatever you're going through, you can call us for free any time in English or Welsh. We offer a safe place for you to talk in your own way – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.
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Lydia Darby Mar 7
SO important to recognise - Students are told University is meant to be the best three years of their lives.. and when this is not the case, it can be a scary, anxious and isolating time. Universities must do more to provide counselling and reach out.
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UEA Football Club Mar 7
Just a few minutes of physical activity a week can hugely boost your spirits if you’re feeling down and acts as a great release to clear your head 👊🏼 By yourself or with mates, a quick 20 minute kickabout might make things just a little bit better 💛💙
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Dr Zoë Ayres Mar 7
Nearly half of PhD students suffer with depression during their PhD. We need to make positive changes at universities to deal with this. Some top tips for working towards your own improved and wellbeing below!
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UCLAN Men's Football Mar 7
• 1/3 of students suffering from mental illness • Increasing rate of students dropping out of uni because of mental health issues • Increasing student suicide rate It does not have to be this way. Use your voice. Speak out.
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Heads Together Mar 7
If you're at university, take time to look after your mental health this . Heads Together charity partner have put together some great advice on mental wellbeing. Take 5 minutes today to ask yourself these questions.
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Department of Health and Social Care Mar 7
A new taskforce has been set up to support students to deal with the mental health challenges that starting university can include: 🏠independent living 📚 independent learning 👩‍❤️‍👩 healthy relationships 🙋🏽‍♂️ wellbeing 👇
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Mind Mar 7
We all have mental health, we all have stories to share, and we can all use our voices to shape the future of student mental health. This we're revisiting this blog by Beth on how talking about her mental health transformed her life.
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Mental Health Fdn Mar 7
Most mental health problems develop by the age of 24. This means that our mental health can be particularly vulnerable during university. Read our new blog on suicide prevention in universities
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Rachel Piper Mar 7
On and every day, let's remember that we will never improve the state of mental health in our country, without reducing the risk factors that people are exposed to - this includes all forms of discrimination, inequality and oppression
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UWE Bristol Mar 7
🗣️ | "I am using my voice to open up the conversation and to make sure that everyone is seen and heard at all times." . If you need somebody to talk to, there’s always someone who can help 👉 
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Prof. Frances Kay-Lambkin May 2
Launch of UON Student Mental Health Strategy
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BBC HARDtalk Mar 7
“There is a strength in being vulnerable” tells . “As soon as you are honest, you can deal with it”
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Ellie Bullman Mar 7
95 graduation gowns that won't be worn every year because the students lost their lives to suicide. Progress is definitely being made but this is still shocking
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Mental Health First Aid England Mar 7
This evening why not check in with friend, or loved one & see how they're doing at university. A little chat can make all difference. 🎓
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YoungMinds Mar 7
“I felt myself gradually beginning to decline at university, but didn’t realize until I was already very low.” Jasmine shares about her depression and how she found help at uni
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Jo Stevens Mar 7
Today is and earlier I welcomed the Government's announcement of a specific fund for student mental health services - I also asked the Government to commit to holding a debate in the Commons on this extremely vital issue
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Just Jan - Have a nice day! Mar 7
On , take a break. Seriously. One or two hours won't be the end of your progress or degree, but it can give you time to relax, catch up with friends, and hopefully find time to do something you love. You are more than your degree!
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