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ARTIST TAXI DRIVER May 19
“There are certain members of this Government that should be handcuffed and charged with gross negligence manslaughter”
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Becky May 20
At the end of , I realise how much I’ve lost and how different my life could be now. I do wish I didn’t have to face these difficulties and I wish no one had to!
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CommsUnplugged May 20
*STRESS-BUSTING VIEW ALERT!* We’ve been talking about looking after our wellbeing for and enjoying the great outdoors can help. Beautiful is the location of our walk this , led by Kevin from . Worth coming just for this...
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Mental Health and Me May 18
As is coming to an end I’d like to finish it off by sharing my story with you guys. Some of you have already watched it but for those of you who haven’t you can watch the full video by clicking the link down below 👇🏾
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Oldham Youth Council May 17
Do you see me? You may not be able to see me, but I affect 1 in 4 people. Our mental health matters. It's awareness week so lets start a conversation.
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Lisa Camilleri May 17
Friday is finally here. We’ve had a great week learning and understanding more about our mental health. We are excited to end our week with some workshops with . I’m sure our students will have a lot to say!
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JH May 17
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Calum Maclean May 17
Do what makes your head happy. It's different for all of us. For me, it's swimming outdoors and going on little adventures regularly. This makes the rest of it all a lot easier. And be kind. I must remember that one myself.
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Lee Wilkinson May 19
Just sat in the garden - enjoying it for once - reflecting on and all the great sharing and stories I read and heard - what we can do now is keep talking!
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N&E Belfast Community Wellbeing Service May 18
Compassion and Empathy go a long way, so don't take all the smiles you see today at face value, check in with the people you care about and the random people you meet along the way.
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ARTIST TAXI DRIVER May 19
Drug and alcohol services cut by £162m as deaths increase
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Abby May 18
This I saw a new Dr to talk about my anxiety becoming uncontrollable again. Along with some lovely advice & practical help, he told me that he worked 5 days a week and I could make an appointment anytime to vent or even sit in silence. Good Dr’s make a huge difference!!
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Eve Didymus May 19
My for Thursday and Friday has been baking and decorating! Making cake is one of my favourite activities.
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Alicia ✨ May 18
Replying to @aliciajones_02
To help lead a youth participation forum on mental health services 😭😀 So to anyone who is reading this ,good things will occur but some will take a fight to be fought for💜
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Holly Knight May 18
When I'm feeling stressed I find it really helpful to speak to others about what I'm feeling to help me gain perspective on the situation.
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josefina, thesis goblin May 20
hi, it’s the last day of and i have a few things to say: i’m tired, aching all over, my head is throbbing; basically i’m having a really hard time. it’s time to talk - to a therapist! if only i could, since ED services are underfunded and understaffed. 🙃
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Essex Police May 20
PC Jack Mcmullan and volunteer police officer, , located a man in mental health crisis and gave him first aid until an ambulance arrived Read more:
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Sharon Critchlow May 18
Have a wonderful weekend, enjoy the sunshine and stay healthy.
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NEAS May 17
All week, members of our staff have been sharing how they best deal with stress. Clinical care manager and paramedic Richard Ilderton says: “Reading and listening to music helps me to reduce stress and helping down at the seal rehabilitation unit.”
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Streetbeat May 18
Inspiring thoughts from our Thursday girls group at the end of
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