This blog is directed at young people (or folks of any age) who are struggling in silence with difficult thoughts, emotions and feelings, or mental health symptoms such as self-harm, disordered eating, anxiety and/or depression who feel unable for any reason to open up to ot...
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Returning to school another year older or starting somewhere new can be an exciting and apprehensive time for any child, but since the pandemic hit, many children have been left traumatised by their schooling experience and so returning to any form of academic establishment ...
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Children of all ages have faced many difficulties during the pandemic, however leaving school could be considered one of the biggest obstacles a child may have to face; leaving a familiar environment indefinitely without experiencing a transitional period to mourn its loss c...
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Now that summer has arisen, and restrictions are lifting it is a better time than ever to get outside and be active. Whether it's going for a run, playing football in the park, or simply walking to the shops instead of driving, it's important to get out and be active. Not on...
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Taking the first step, although it may be small, can lead to much greater results occurring in the future. When a baby takes their first step, they are wobbly, unsure, and even conscious they may fall again but that first step still led them to start their journey of learnin...
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Although a culture encouraging self-love and body acceptance is sweeping the nation, many of us find the idea difficult to practice or even comprehend. Why do we find it so hard to love our bodies. Acknowledging the psychological harm that has already been inflicted by an in...
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Despite common belief, disordered eating is not just about food. Food is used as a coping mechanism for the difficult emotions felt by someone with disordered eating, and the behaviours portrayed do no justice for the complex ways of thinking responsible for them. For the pu...
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Hosted annually since 2000 by the Mental Health Foundation, the importance of mental health awareness is emphasised by many across the UK. This year it falls on the 10th of May through to the 16th of May and this year’s chosen theme is Nature. The organisation’s research...
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Understanding Emotions

March 9, 2021
Understanding one’s own emotions whilst being able to express and communicate them effectively can lead to healthier mental well-being and aid mental health recovery. This blog will be looking at how to improve one’s emotional intelligence through the identification of u...
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Bookmark Competition

February 17, 2021
Enter our Bookmark Competition!! Teenage Mental Health are running a FREE bookmarks campaign. We are working on providing schools free bookmarks for students with helpful advice and tips for issues surrounding mental health.  We plan to have the book...
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