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Mind Your Brain Apr 21
“In essence, if we want to direct our lives, we must take control of our consistent actions. It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives, but what we do consistently.”
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Hospital Rooms Apr 21
4 more paintings that will be exhibited at the upcoming exhibition about the Hospital Rooms projects at Exhibition opens 6pm 2nd May and runs until the 30th June. All welcome! See more here (or link in bio):
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Brain Pickings Apr 21
“When one does not complain … one pays for outward calm with an almost unbearable inner struggle.” On Charlotte Brontë's birthday, her beautiful and heartbreaking love letters
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Sustainability in the Balance Apr 18
A posthumous essay on the importance of green spaces on our mental health. What an inspirational and moving figure he was. Every one of his essays/books is worth reading. Oliver Sacks: The Healing Power of Gardens
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Maria Popova Apr 19
“Something is always far away… After all we hardly know our own depths.” Some blue Solnit for your weekend:
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Mental Health Fdn Apr 19
"A younger, more naïve me was terrible at self-care and excellent at self-destruction. And I didn’t realise there was a problem with this, which was the dangerous part" Rachel:
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fonecable.com Apr 15
The word of the day is mummy brown : A brown pigment originally prepared from the ground-up remains of Egyptian animal or human mummies mixed with bitumen, etc. The colour of this pigment, a variable brown nearly intermediate between raw umber and burnt umber. mummy brown co…
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Mental Health First Aid England Apr 19
This we're asking you to to pick your areas of focus for the new week ahead & set some wellbeing goals for yourself. We choose slowing down and making sure we make time for ourselves.
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British Council Arts Apr 19
Arts contribute more to UK economy than agriculture according to research from Arts Council England () -
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The Counsellors Café Apr 19
Schools urged to use PE to tackle mental health 'crisis' 'Exam pressure and expectations are said to be taking their toll on vulnerable pupils'
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Jacksons Art Apr 11
We were very impressed to hear of the work being done by Rooms, where they bring artists into facilities to encourage creativity & revive spaces. Artist has kindly explained for us how the project operates:
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The Counsellors Café Apr 12
The teenage brain: Seven things parents should know about adolescent behaviour
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breathtakingly quiet. and wildly unaware of the effect you have on people.
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Paintings in Hospitals Apr 12
"Paintings can be a talking and turning point." | Griselda Goldsbrough () of shares her personal and professional perspectives of the power of art in healthcare!
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Brain Pickings Apr 12
“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.” Luminous wisdom from the luminous Mary Oliver
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WeAreTheWeather Apr 9
Children who need help with mental health face a postcode lottery
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Sharon Allison Apr 8
Henry Curtis-Williams: Ipswich student’s family slam NSFT over future deaths report | representing the family.
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Samaritans Apr 5
"I'm not an alien just because I suffer from panic attacks." Olympic champion, , opens up about having panic attacks hoping to help others talk and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health 👏
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Hospital Rooms Apr 5
The air-lock entrance artwork by in The Junipers psychiatric intensive care unit . This entrance may be a patient’s first encounter with the PICU and Rose has created gently undulating painted and printed tones that move through the room.
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Samaritans Apr 9
We spoke to young people, who told us that loneliness seriously affected their mental health. We need your help to ensure that the Government’s strategy on tackling loneliness has young people at its heart.
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