October is a month used to recognise mental health matters. That’s why we have Knitting Mental health matters end the stigma shirt. This Penrith Mental Health Wellness Event is designed to bring the community together to talk about Mental Health matters, in a safe and fun way. There will be a range of services which support mental health well-being on the day, as well as a range of free activities such as rides, entertainers and, of course, food.
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I’m not one to beg for money, but we have over 100 young people coming and I want to make the biggest difference possible. Please take a look and donate if you can. Everyone has moments when they feel alone, but no matter what you are dealing with, there is someone else who has experienced something similar. You are never alone. Know that to be physically fit it starts with the mind. Let’s end stigma nd discrimination with pipo who are mentally ill. Love it, Knitting Mental health matters end the stigma shirt. Am a victim nd I know what am talking about.golo ko Sbrana its not milk nd honey.again let’s learn to speak out.
End the stigma associated with mental illness
More people need to watch this. Mental health issues are real and many suffer from them without you realising it. Let’s end the stigma and take these issues more seriously. Today we delivered the first workshop of our Mental Health series! We talked about ‘stress’, how to recognise it, its impact on the body and learned some techniques to manage it. You want to end the stigma of mental illness? I’m not your ordinary psychiatrist. Let’s spread some brain love and educate each other on mental illness. With Knitting Mental health matters end the stigma shirt. During Mental Health Awareness Week, let’s all commit to end the stigma, and to support each other to lead happy and healthy lives. We are so proud of you and support your efforts to end the stigma associated with mental illness. Thank you!
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Please Please share so everyone can see these are real people and real families just like yours, Not just numbers or statistics. Help end the stigma. Those struggling with addiction are not bad people trying to be good. They are people who are ill trying to get well. Couldn’t think of a more fitting week to share this message. Pastor Chris provides a wonderful insight on mental illness and how important it is to end the stigma associated with depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders. If you feel led, take the time to watch this sermon, and remember that “It’s okay not to be okay.”
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