Health in Mind

Health in Mind

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Mental health awareness has come a long way in recent years. High profile campaigns with well-known people sharing their stories have all helped to reduce stigma, leading to record numbers of people deciding to ask for help to improve their mental health.

Yet despite improvements in mental health awareness and more and more people feeling comfortable asking for help when they need it, this is not true for everyone.

There is no shame in asking for help. It’s not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength.

You might not even know what is wrong (many people don’t), but just one conversation with the Health in Mind team can be hugely helpful, and be the start of a better future.

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