“I was struggling again – nearly going under.”
“We’ve never had to deal with a situation like this before, so be kind to yourself and to others, and reach out if you need to talk to someone. Support is there.” Dr John Mitchell
“You, yourself as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection” The Buddah
Aberdeen University has developed a free online course on mindfulness.
Produced by Orkney Health and Care, in partnership with public and voluntary-sector agencies from throughout Orkney.
Safe In Our World is challenging all companies within the video games industry to unite and commit to change.
“there is a difference between being isolated and feeling lonely. People who feel lonely have a different experience and studies show this can have significant detrimental effects on long-term mental health.”
David Stewart MSP: “How acts of kindness can help people’s mental wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is putting the focus on kindness as a means of helping people through the pandemic and building a better society as we emerge from it.”
All donations will go to Orkney Blide Trust , for Mental Health Awareness Week
Looking after your physical health can reduce your risk of developing heart disease as well as impacting positively on your mental health.