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@hollygshore opens up about her anxiety and panic attacks for Mental Health Awareness Week 💗 #mhaw17 #mtvnews @mtvuk

I call this one 'brown and boujee'

Now on a more serious note, let's talk about mental health as it is mental health week. One in four people around the world have some sort of mental Heath illness that effects their quality of life. Now as someone who was diagnosed with depression by various doctors, I can tell you that living with a mental illness is one of the hardest things someone can do. It changes the way you live, the way you interact with people and loved ones, and it stops you from living life to your full potential.
There are statistics through the roof that show the increasing number of suicides within men just because we over look the fact that men have emotional and mental needs too. We forget that our parents are growing older as we are, and that life is getting to them too. Or how about the young boys and girls in school who are being bullied, self harming and are looking to commit suicide.
Mental health should never be taken lightly, it can either make us or break us.

The societies expectation of us having to be strong all the time is one of the reasons why most people bottle their inner emotions up. I'm all about self love and spirituality, but even I sometimes have to shout out 'oh just fuck it!' because I'm not happy all the time, and even I have issues inside which I am still healing from. Depression, anxiety, self harming and being suicidal has been such a huge part of my life that sometimes my mind takes me back there when I'm at my lowest. How easy would it be to just slip back into my old ways when I'm at my most vulnerable. Our thoughts are strong, they can either make us or break us, so every time my mind wonders, I use the strength inside to look at the bigger picture, look at my life which has many beautiful colours just like in this picture.

We forget to have real life conversations, we should be able to call up a friend and say 'I am not alright right now, I am not coping. I need help. Help me. Talk to me. What's going on internally right now is not something that I can deal with on my own!' ....(continued in comments).... #mhaw17 #mentalhealthawarenessweek #mentalhealthawarenessweek2017 #harnaamkaur

It's not been easy for Britain's most successful archer. He's had to overcome a traumatic accident and battle mental health issues.

#GetInspired #mentalhealthawarenessweek #mhaw17 #archery #disabilitysport

My article has been published in the newspaper! I have teamed up with publicist @leila_geoffrey for a campaign about mental health awareness #MHAW17

They say behind every good man there is a great woman. Well behind a good man club there is 3 amazing women.

These ladies do so much behind the scenes, the stuff that you don't see on social media and their work is what makes #ANDYSMANCLUB continue to be what it is.

Thank you ladies and thank you to all the ladies out there who support us.

#mhaw17 #HereForYou #ITSOKAYTOTALK

Michelle Williams from Destiny's Child was so amazing today! She spoke & performed at Suffolk CC for the Assoc. for Mental Health & Wellness. She spoke about all diff issues: depression, mental illness, special education, etc. the Q&A was so touching. Audience members shared their stories. An uplifting & motivational experience for sure! #MHAW17

#MHAW17 Everyone suffers from good and bad mental health at some point in there lives. Don't be afraid to speak up! Image by @chris_parkes_esq #mentalhealthawareness #mentalillness #mentalhealth


One of several positive affirmations in the gender neutral toilets at the Stonewall office. 💕💕#location #shoot #photography


We made the bed in Brae House reception to show you how important good sleep is and because we care about you we also gave away eye masks ... see our residents falling asleep on the couch 😴😴💛 #mentalhealthawarenessweek #braehouse #sleep #goodnightsrest #wellbeing #mhaw17 #sleepwell

Here are a few amazing pieces of work designed by the students at #Cchsstanduptostigma #cannockchasehighschool #MHAW #mhaw17

Couldn't decide whether to post this or not considering I had a panic attack over part 1 but the second part of the mini-series I did on body image and body dysmorphic disorder came out today. Don't feel like broadcasting where to find it because that's too much of a challenge right now 🙈
Sometimes I regret trying to raise awareness about mental health because of how difficult it can be for me as an individual. When I realise what breaking the stigma and raising awareness of body dysmorphic disorder (and other body image problems) can do for others, it suddenly all becomes worth it. (Even if it means people seeing me talk about my experiences from an angle that gives me hella double chin 🐷) #BDD #BodyDysmorphicDisorder #BDDAwareness #BodyDysmorphicDisorder Awareness #MHW17 #mentalhealth #MentalHealthAwareness #BDDFoundation #MentalHealthDay #MHAW17 #MHAW #Recovery #DoubleChin #lol #Documentary #Candid

As it was World Mental Health Day this week we facilitated a group discussion on Mental Health at our Boys Youth Club yesterday. Some very interesting conversations and answers from the young people.

Did you know? 1 in 10 young people will experience a mental health problem.

#MHAW17 #TimeToTalk

Day 15 - 'Nature is key to...' Health and wellbeing! If it's having a walk, spending time with family or friends, getting food, relaxing... ANYTHING.... Nature is essential for our living and growth as human beings. It's one of the centre points for our mental, physical, social and spiritual self. Without nature we would not be here. So it's vital that when we are un-well, in any form of un-wellness, to engage with nature. It does miracles. I've seen them in my line of work as an occupational therapist and my own personal life. Nature is key to health and wellbeing. Thanks to a Wellington sunny day for getting this nice beach shot yesterday!
A massive thanks to MH Foundation NZ for an awesome 15 days and of course the work you guys do each and everyday. From someone who is on this earth, who has feelings and struggles at times (like everyone), and who works on the front lines; big thumbs up 👍to all those who promote awareness for mental health and continue to be the backbone. And to all those who struggle with their mental health - keep talking, keep moving, keep going ✌.
#mhaw #mhaw17 #mhawnz #day15 #photoadaychallenge #lastday #natureiskeyto #health #wellbeing #mentalhealth #talk #promoteawareness #recovery

Closing Mental Health Week with an amazing masquerade ball raising funds for @headspaceadelaide. Super proud of all the #headspacerads crew for pulling it together and continuing the awesome work they do with young people. Thanks to the SA Italian Association and sponsors for their generosity, and my wife for being a hottie. #masquerade #mentalhealth #mhaw17 #mentalhealthweek

It really should be. Go to www.whole.org.uk/resources for our lesson packs for primary and secondary schools. #IAMWHOLE

Men, this is for you. Nothing is wrong with you. You're not that different either. Whatever your issue, it's probably a lot more common than you think. Whatever you're going through can be addressed, figured out and sorted, but you have to tell someone. It's okay to talk. You are not alone either, that's just a lie your mind tells you. Not just talking out my ass either. I know this because I've been there. #endthestigma

I love listening to things while I walk or bike around. That's why I created a podwalk.
I listened back to the final episode today, Talking with Carolyn. She's the head of the counselling centre at my university. I personally got so much out of our short conversation.
Transcript went up today. It's the last one! Check it out on the website - link in bio.
#podwalk #podcast #transcript #talkingwithcarolyn #counsellor #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #mhaw17

Story #4.
I used to have issues regarding confidence and self-esteem that meant I struggled with being comfortable in myself. This damaged my personal relationships, leading me to find solace in drink. Trying to “fit in” too much stopped me from progressing at work as I lacked belief in my own ability.

At my lowest point, I decided to go through psychotherapy. This was the best thing that I ever did and something I wish I’d done earlier in my life.

Therapy gave me the tools to understand my emotions, and the ability to face them in a constructive and loving manner. With this help, I’ve been able to progress in both my career and my personal relationships. I feel so much more comfortable with who I am.

Psychotherapy didn’t miraculously solve my issues overnight and like all humans I have good days and bad days. However, I now have the ability to recognise why I feel the way I do. Most importantly, I have learnt to love myself just as I am.

Self-care is important, and for myself I do simple things. I go for a walk or a run, read a book and play sport. Also something completely new, singing in a choir, has given me more balance in life.

Most importantly, it has made me a happier and healthier person.

@mindcharity @heads_together @mh_stories_

We all have a mental health and it's influenced by many things. Mental health is about so much more than anxiety and depression.
In the podwalk you'll hear conversations with Lou and Natasha about the Uni Virtual Clinic developed here at Australian National University. The Uni Virtual Clinic was designed to help students manage their own mental health. Like all research, it's taken time and is now in the trial stage. If all goes well, it's potentially something students will get to use in future.
#mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #mhaw17 #letstalkaboutit #podcast #quote #talkingwithnatasha

It's a beautiful day to take a walk in the fluff and listen to the podwalk. New transcript up today - Talking with Natasha. Link in bio 🌿🎧 ___
#letstalkaboutit #podcast #mentalhealthawarenessweek #mhaw17

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