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Calgary Counselling Apr 19
Be kind to yourself. Celebrate even your small victories and try not to dwell on your mistakes
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Shaz- Clinical Psychologist Dec 19
You don't have to be strong all the time. It is okay to cry, be angry, sad, tired and overwhelmed. Just be yourself. You do not need to pretend that you are okay all the time. We are all born with imperfections. It is okay to not be okay.
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Naomi 🐞 Tralisty Apr 8
It's ok to not be ok, and it's ok to look after yourself when you're not ok. Here are a few things you can do to get YOU back 💕 [ ]
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Fund the Beast Apr 3
"In every community there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to be healed. Every heart has the power to do it." - Marianne Williamson
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CMHA BC Jun 4
If you reside in one of the areas impacted by the current please check out our tips for how to deal with the mental stress of dealing with a natural disaster
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Noggin Sport Mar 19
It’s ok to have a bad day.⠀ It’s ok to open up to someone.⠀ It’s ok to have a feel anxious.⠀ It’s ok to cry.⠀ ⠀ It’s ok to ask for help.
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First Person Project Nov 7
It's but it is important to be aware of your stress levels every day. 1.Take time to listen to yourself 2. Love yourself/significant others❤ 3. Connect with nature 🌻 4. Be mindful and breathe 5. Get plenty of rest😴 6. It's good to talk
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Virgin Jan 16
As part of our series, we’re exploring how you can live your best life by looking after your mental health Here’s , founder of Inside Out UK who gave us some tips on how to boost your wellbeing through creativity
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TpA_Org Oct 10
Follow these tips to avoid depression.
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The Smile Parcel 17 Oct 17
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Aram Therapy Dec 18
Did you know you can eat for your mental health too? Apples and almonds are two food items that can boost your mood and increase serotonin in the body.
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Mental Health & You Nov 13
To all SPM and STPM students! Don't forget to take regular short breaks!- use this time to have a drink, get something to eat or play with a pet. Good luck for you exams!
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Aram Therapy Dec 13
Did you use to exercise, draw, paint or dance? Would you spend some time doing something for YOU and enjoy it? Make a decision to pick it up again and practice .
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KyleMarian Sep 5
If you don’t get what an INCREDIBLE tool stories are, you are NOT following the right people. Today is Wednesday & & are already killin’ it w/ stories about & , respectively. GO. FOLLOW.
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Shreya Patel Oct 26
Anyone have any good tips for keeping stress and guilt-free when continually missing important commitments/seeing friends due to illness? (My gerbils are reflecting my current mood rn)
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Washington Capitals News Mar 13
Instagram post by hockeypsychology Unpopular opinion Tom Wilson is one of the most valuable players in the NHL.
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Noggin Sport Mar 18
It’s ok to ask for help and to open up to someone. Never forget that you’re not alone. We are all in this together!
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Anime For Humanity 🛫 #FanDallas Expo Mar 19
Sometimes we get so busy that we forget to slow down. We all need days to take a breather, and recharge. This is your reminder that it's okay to have days like those. Give yourself a break ☀️
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Children North East Feb 7
Mental Health Tips for Young People Number 4: "Try to identify people around you that you know you can trust to talk about the big stuff with." Rachael Yeoman - Lead Practitioner Counselling … …
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CMHA National Aug 30
Students and parents: as you prepare for back to school, remember to keep your in mind! Check out this article from for back to school :
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