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Michael James Apr 17
Make mental health classes compulsory for kids. Teach them that it’s okay to not feel ok. Teach them how to make sense of what’s going on in their brains. And teach them about the steps they can take to seek help.
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Megan McCarty Apr 14
Let’s help stop the stigma surrounding mental health by supporting our loved ones in seeking professional help when they need it. Encourage them to take positive steps towards hope and healing! 💗
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All on the board Apr 17
Don’t suffer in silence. YOU are worthwhile. Call @samaritanscharity for free on 116 123, 24 hrs a day, 365 days a year. There are people waiting for your call and ready to listen all over the world.
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Naomi Apr 17
If anyone is ever feeling down my messages are always open. Keep your chins up, I'm only a message away xx
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Karen Apr 13
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Sarah Hudson 💙 Apr 19
A relapse doesn't mean failure. A relapse is normal. A relapse is ok. A relapse means you are human. Mental illness is an illness & relapse is part of any illness.
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Gemma Dummett 22h
please can you retweet and keep these boys motivated on the last stretch of their 3 peak cycle challenge. 3 climbs, 133 miles
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TLLLFoundation 2h
The present work environment is not nourishing enough. The immense workload and office politics are acting as barriers to productivity and performance.
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SADAG 22h
It’s important to remember to take a break. Take this Sunday to relax. If you or a family member are struggling to cope call 0800 456 789 to speak to a counsellor. You are not alone.
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Rookery Mike 13h
If anyone has a way of contacting this fellow supporter please do reach out ASAP. He seems to be in a very bad place and appears to need all the support that we as a community can muster.
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Lia Lindhagen 13h
Sometimes the struggle is real. Sometimes I don't know what to say or who to even say it to. But I keep trying because even when I don't feel like doing it for myself, I do it for these guys>>
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Lisa 18h
Never give up on someone with a Mental Illness.
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urooj fatima 9h
If someone says they aren’t feeling well, don’t assume it is only bcz of physical discomfort. Mental discomfort is just as real as physical.
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Sarah Twee Apr 17
One of the hardest things about living with mental illness for me, is pretending I don't. Be that one person in your day that allows others to be vulnerable around you. Show compassion. Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean you can't help.
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John Haboush Apr 14
“If you are doing something to avoid pain (fear), then fear is running your life.” - Michael Singer🤔 This book has allowed me to see fear as an object, giving me perspective👇🏼 if you are working through fear or have read this book
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Mental Health How Apr 16
DON’T man up. It’s ok to let it all out and talk.
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Civic Engagment Project: Mental Health at NV Apr 20
The number one cause of stress in teens? You guessed it, it’s school. Expectations are high, self esteem is getting low. We need to end the constant comparison to other students and get the message that everyone is their own kind of awesome!
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Mentalhealthyxe 14h
Depending on the doctor, I sometimes get this diagnosis. It’s been my joke for some time that if there was a PTSD Lite™️, that’d be my dx. I suspect over the coming years they will actually create some additional diagnosis’s or add in new criteria.
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Lauren Apr 19
Humbled to be the recipient of the Graduate Mental Health Champion award. I cannot express how amazing it’s been to work alongside so many amazing faculty, administrators, and students—I can’t wait to continue this work as a post doc!
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