Wherever you are, make sure you talk about mental health on Thursday 1 Febraury.
“I haven’t reached this conclusion where I am completely free from doubt and depression. All I know is that the level of stability I have now would have been im...possible without the care that they provided.”
Emma speaks about her experience of self-harm, and the importance of being in your friend's corner: http://bit.ly/2DNY8Ec
***WE ARE CLOSED TODAY***
Telford Mind is closed today due to staff meetings and training. Gemma will be at The Hub on the Hill on Wednesday morning 9.00 am - 12 noon if you need support and we will be reopen again on Thursday at 10.00 am Court Street Medical Practice for one to one support. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
From moving house, to starting a new job - even seemingly happy events can trigger a mental health issue. When you're going through a period of change, feeling ...pressure to your mental health can feel particularly lonely.
Sometimes, simply spotting that a friend or loved one might be struggling with their wellbeing, and offering to talk to them about it, can make a big difference to how they feel. Find out the signs to look out for, and how you can start a conversation about mental health, with our Take 10 Together Toolkit: https://mhfaengland.org/mhfa-cen…/resources/take-10-together
"There are too many people out there who are simply drifting through their existence, afraid of what people may think or say if they knew what was going on in t...heir mind."
Jade, who has experience of an eating disorder, writes about why Time to Talk Day, and starting a conversation about mental health, is so important: http://bit.ly/2qCinl2