Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

A week is not enough to dedicate to Mental Health but as we come towards the end of the Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, I just wanted to reach out and reassure you that you are not alone. If you are struggling with your mental health don’t be shy and definitely don’t beat yourself up about it YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

These past twelve months have been so tough for so many of us.

People have lost; loved ones, their jobs, their businesses. There has been an increase in mental wellbeing issues arising from loneliness and not being able to meet loved ones.

We as a Nation have endured the hardship with resilience, discipline and camaraderie. We have stood outside to clap for our Key Workers who have put their wellbeing and their lives on the line to tackle the situation and keep things moving and working.

We have looked after our vulnerable neighbours by doing their shopping and not letting them feel alone. We have adhered to social distancing and safety measures advised by the government.

People have run free online classes for families, kids and businesses. I've been running free weekly meditation classes in my local community for over 25 years and since the lockdown have been running these free weekly classes over zoom.

Where other nations have had a spike in obesity we have had an increase in fitness. We are an amazing country with amazing people!

But there are still many who are struggling and need love, support and kindness, so let’s make sure we continue to be vigilant.

Please share this post to remind someone that you are there for them and pick up the phone and call them.

I am happy for anyone to contact me and I promise I will call you back!

Mental Health Awareness Week

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I am DBS checked and fully insured. I have a full qualification in the Bowen Technique. I have been working for several years and have helped people of all ages.
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