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Paul Coull Nov 19
Replying to @dylanhm
Well done Dylan that’s incredibly brave of you to say & my heart goes out to you. I suffered anxiety & depression I lived in the closet until I was late 30s I have generally had a positive response but some family members do not like it which is hurtful
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sudhakar Nov 16
Wiley and our partners are publishing research to make an impact on suicide prevention. Watch videos on mental health and suicide prevention. Help spread the word.
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korrine Nov 13
"For every breakdown there is always a breakthrough" ✨ (c) Mr. Ronald Montilla
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Mecdi Dikmen Nov 13
Replying to @DikmenMec
Except….children. Children can hear it. Sometimes, if their hearts are in the right place, and the stars are too. Children can hear your name. But nobody else. Nobody else. Ever. Laugh hard. Run fast. Be kind. Doctor... I let you go.〽️
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Rebecca Jarvis 6h
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Kat Walsh Nov 16
There's something worth while in every day 🌞 What's your peek and poo of the day? 💭 I always try to find the best thing that happened that day, and recognise the bad part too. ✍️
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NHS Barnsley CCG Nov 14
Included On our governing body agenda today: safeguarding adults and children annual report, update on work in Barnsley to tackle cancer and highlights on how & got out & about on
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MEAP Nov 14
Take a look at the collective poem that created with participants at . Some funny and poignant advice!
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Best Beginnings Nov 12
Replying to @GiveUsAShout
saw over 1000 conversations. are providing an extraordinary service! 👏
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KidDotCo Nov 14
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Lucy Jane Purrington Nov 13
Another video I would like to share for is from the 'Hoping on to Hope' project that took place for at St Illtud's Church, Llantwit Major
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Eton Bridge Partners Nov 13
is not an easy subject to talk about. Starting the conversation with anyone about this subject remains taboo and incredibly difficult.
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