Mental Health Awareness week.
It is Mental Health awareness week, which is extremely important!
This is the time to check up on your family and friends as you never know what struggles someone
could be facing. If you are going through a hard time, you are not alone. There are plenty of people
who struggle just like you, and this is why “Mental Health Awareness Week” is so significant. It can
help people feel free to open up and get the help that they need. Mental Health is such an unspoken
topic and needs to be spoken about more.
If you are suffering from mental health don’t be too hard on yourself and know that things will get
better. There are lots of mental health charities such as Mind, The Samaritans, and the Mental
Health Foundation. This week is the perfect opportunity to donate and show your support to these
charities as your participation can make such a huge impact on someone’s mental health. Below I
have listed some numbers for helplines if you really need assistance, their are plenty of people who
will be willing to help you. It is okay to struggle, and it’s okay to get help, so don’t be afraid to reach out if
you need to. The MM team wish you all the best!
The MM Team.
0300 123 3393
National Suicide Prevention UK:
0800 689 5652