Tips for managing loneliness

Loneliness is something that we can all experience from time to time. But for some people these feelings can last a long time, make us feel isolated and impact our mental health. Find support around loneliness here.

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Money and Mental Well-being

Money and our financial situation can have a big impact on our mental health and how well we feel. Money worries can make our mental health worse, which in turn can then impact on our ability to manage our money. See useful resources here.

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Talking about Mental Health

Talking about mental health can feel daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. That’s why Mind has create a helpful guide to talking to others about their mental health as well as free training. Remember, even a small conversation can have a big impact.

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1) – free training

2) – how to have conversations around mental health

Everyday Mindfulness

Mindfulness practices are a great way to regulate your wellbeing and boost feelings of positivity. Below you can find useful mindfulness exercise resources to help you incorporate this into your daily life.


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Mind A-Z of mental health

Mind’s A-Z Mental Health is a comprehensive guide to many common mental health problems, treatments, symptoms and themes, such as workplace wellbeing, supporting others and student life. It offers support, information and advice, as well we sharing stories from real people with lived experience to remind you that you are not alone/


Sleep and our mental well-being are closely connected. Living with a mental health problem can affect how well you sleep, and poor sleep can have a negative impact on your mental health.

If you require urgent help and support, please visit our crisis support resources here.

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