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Julian Lane May 18
As we approach the end of Mental Health Awareness Week it is fitting that we remember Ian Curtis, lead singer of Joy Division who tragically took his own life 39 years ago today. He was 23 years old. Don’t walk away in silence.
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Pat Sowa May 19
Here is the last positive postcard for I wonder where the conversation might have gone if I’d been able to ask Dom some of these?
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rose mcgowan May 24
Regarding mental health: tread lightly on all. You don’t know what someone’s history or present is. Be gentle. Be kind.
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Jo Prestidge May 20
Just went to GP and got lectured in the most judgemental way on my weight. She didn't ask anything about lifestyle - just talked at me. I came out so angry I burst into tears. Until today I've been feeling the happiest I ever have.
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Dawn Smith May 19
NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years Yet on the PM tells us all how important mental health services are! Deeds not words...should be a familiar term to a woman in politics! Stop cutting services & invest!
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The BRiC Centre May 20
BRiC's mission is to build resilience and empower women shattered by breast cancer. 3.5 years on BRiC has reached out to 1000s of women who in turn have made BRiC the success that it is. This poignant and moving slide show is from our members for
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Georgie Gilmore May 20
3 months ago today, I was in hospital after trying to take my own life, though I’m not where I want to be yet, I’ve come so far since & achieved things I never thought possible, situations change & things will always get better
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raw dinner. May 23
As a mental health worker or someone affected by mental health issues, what is the one thing you would like to say to educate people about mental health?
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MOD St Athan May 21
Mental Health Awareness Week - Promoted and supported at MoD St Athan 💙 ✈️
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Chloe 🤨 May 19
sometimes the feelings can be so overwhelming that you think it’s easier to keep them to yourself please don’t do that we need to talk reach out to someone, you won’t be judged, the times are changing and we are slowly becoming more understood
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Mentalhealthrunner; May 19
My week talking about my journey fighting back from my mental health problems and trying 2 talk about it and help others so please talk and SHARE this 2 help others
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Sheffield Hallam Staff May 20
may have now passed, but it's important to think about your mental health every day. Be sure to get out in the sunshine this lunchtime, or whenever you can schedule a break. More importantly - make sure to take that break!
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David Frederick May 19
As we come to the final day of let's make mental health awareness, everyday and not just for the one week that it appears on the media agenda.
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Luke Richardson May 19
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Sarah May 19
Green ribbons out in force today at for the last day of
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ARMA May 19
During , we're asking what is the best way, or your top tips, for supporting good for people with conditions especially when dealing with and ?
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Br0k3n May 29
I wish that people would understand that the brain is the most important organ of our body. Just because you can't see mental illness like you see a broken bone, doesn't mean it's not as detrimental or devastating to a family or individual...
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Audrey Semprun May 26
Alive Verdant and full Of hope Her leaves dropped One by one Until she could Barely breathe Every breath A struggle From the tangled Web she weaved Herself into a cocoon And found solace In silence
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Men - Talk About It ! May 22
Dr.Ardyn Ross starting the conference. Really great turn out and mix of organisations.
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DLM Tiling contracts May 21
Big companies and contractors promoting mental health in the workplace. What about the subbies lives being played with every week when they don’t know if their getting paid! What about the subbies or smaller contractors wellbeing
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