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Zellany 29 Sep 18
Starting next week! Feeling proud to have set this up in partnership with in true strength based social work style!
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Chief Peter Sloly 23 Feb 16
Love being a member of the Provincial Mental Health & Addictions Leadership Advisory Council
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Tania Willetts 10 Oct 17
Today is and I will be showing my support for by wearing yellow
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Stephen Cruz 9 Feb 18
"The strongest people are not those who show strength in front of the world but those who fight and win battles that others do not know anything about.”
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Mme Moniz Silveira 🌈 10 Jan 18
Such a good reflection on the value of mental health! 🗣
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sarana coppin May 7
Totally believe this quote. The view is so worth it, once through it!
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Christopher Hilton 16 Jul 17
Does need to ringfence (even for core) mean we acknowledge we're not winning argument that any time soon?
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Dr. Felicia Berry-Mitchell May 5
May is . Take care of your mental health. It affects how you show up in everything else.
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OLA Nov 4
On our first Mindful Monday, grade 3 students in Mr. P’s class engage in guided meditation.
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West London Liaison Psychiatry 10 Oct 14
For our teams every day is but today we are working especially hard to share our message that
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Alsop High School Oct 4
Today we have 2 members of staff attending Adult Mental Health First Aid Course. They will become Mental Health Champions in the workplace
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Mind2Talk 18 Oct 18
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Stephen Cruz 10 Feb 18
Replying to @pencrz
“As bad as it was, I learned something about myself. That I could go through something like that and survive.”
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Tania Willetts 29 Jan 18
supporting the campaign Don't ever be ashamed of your story in will inspire others! Whether your in the car, working out, having dinner there is always about mental health!
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Monique Hansen Sep 23
Statistics show that Males are more likely to suffer from mental health issues. As men they are taught that it's not manly to cry or talk about their feelings, thus suppressing it - leading to Mental illness
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Stephen Cruz 10 Feb 18
Replying to @pencrz
“Never apologize to others for their misunderstanding of who you are.”
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Lynda Jones 22 Dec 17
Thanks☺ Induction day next month Then (fingers crossed) a Volunteer in A&E as 🏨
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Kim Willis Dec 4
While many have taken action to create environments, there is still much to do!
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Elisabeth Darcy née Bennet 11 Jul 17
A Boss Had The Best Response When His Employee Took A Day Off
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