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Laura McCumiskey 2h
Stigma around mental health will always exist while ‘lunatic asylums’ or ‘mental hospitals’ are used for entertainment at Halloween, as if the people who used them are scary. Less than 2 weeks after when everybody banged on about breaking down barriers.
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Mya Jae 2h
Sometimes my mask slips and my mind goes to a dark place but I know I'm not the only one who feels this way. I'm a complex being and supported by many of grace and that only makes me laugh harder on the bad days. Much Love. Taken by my peanut -
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Alexia James 2h
🌐NEW PODCAST ALERT🌐 Though has passed that doesn’t mean the conversation is limited to any one day. I’m happy to share my story & my dads story of dealing with Mental Illness and Breaking the Stigma attached💥
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Jessica Quinn 5h
My awesome friend Molly, who’s a social worker, posted this back on . It’s an important message. The labels have their uses, but don’t forget that you’re an individual who needs to figure out what works for you.
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Alanah Gentry 13h
So as always I'm behind on shit, I didn't realize had passed until I saw tweet... but this is something that I wrote, cause I don't know how to talk about my shit. Its nothing extraordinary, just my day to day feelings.
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Becky Williams 16h
Work Well promoting mental health awareness during World Mental Health Week!
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Emilee ⚔️ Oct 13
I 👏🏼 love 👏🏼 this 👏🏼
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Tropic @ HundredAcre 11h
falls 10th October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health. Whilst this date has clearly passed, let's keep the conversation going...
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Lorraine Pascale Oct 14
Hey good morning, I made a video about anxiety and ways to cope with it for Dr Nick Knight the doctor gave some brilliant advice ❤️ here
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Sabrina Gidon 6h
Oct 10th is . My team at is raising awareness with who lost her daughter to cyberbullying. Will you show your support by wearing purple?
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JCP In NE & Mid Wales 6h
Going to work can be good for our and general . Being informed on the support that is available if things get difficult is important. Here's some valuable info from if you need a little help:
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Jenny Gyllander 9h
"According to one market-research group, 12 of the top 20 best-selling poets last year were Instagram poets." - Super interesting trend. One of my current insta poets is who wrote this for :
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𝔰𝔬𝔫𝔶𝔞 𝔢𝔰𝔪𝔞𝔫. Oct 16
USA: Mental health is important! There is no shame in asking for help. Go see a doctor!! ^_^ USA in reality: So therapy is $300 a session and medication is $900. We don’t accept insurance. Any diagnosis will be used against you by future employers.
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R Collard Ltd 12h
R Collard supported on the 10 October with toolbox talks, mental health first aid courses and specialist counsellors were available for our staff
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Tara hartley Oct 21
Happy . It’s these two who make me laugh and inject much needed fun into everyday.
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Matt Hatch 14h
Regardless of what you think about her, abuse like this should never be tolerated, particularly in light of the recent She is human after all. Do people ever learn?
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DOKITA Editorial Board Oct 16
Replying to @WHO
The Venue was filled with students from various divisions of health eager about research and discuss issues pertinent to their Mental Health.
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Old Hall Drive 14h
The 10th October was we asked some of our Year 6s about mental health and created this video. We are extremely proud of their responses and maturity.
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Joshua Brown 9h
I'm voting 'Yes' on question #1, because lives are far more important than money.
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கோ 23h
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