Mental Health Awareness is so important. It is something that we speak about a lot throughout our blog. One of the main reasons we wanted to make this a feature within our blog is because of our Dad and the medical conditions he suffered….
Please see Mental Health Awareness Week: 9 -15th May 2022 which covers:
- Illustrative examples: Mental Health Awareness Week: 9 -15th May 2022
- Mental Health Awareness Week: 9 -15th May 2022
- Our final thoughts/YouTube Video
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Mental Health Awareness is so important. It is something that we speak about a lot throughout our blog. One of the main reasons we wanted to make this a feature within our blog is because of our Dad and the medical conditions he suffered.
Our Dad was hospitalised in September 2016, sadly passing away in March 2017. His initial Diagnosis was a serious and life-threatening condition, Infective Endocarditis. As a result of his diagnosis, unfortunately, he suffered many other conditions. One of those is Delirium. Both of these situations were very scary, worrying and unsettling for us. we’d never heard of his medical condition before, and we’d never witnessed someone in delirium much less it being our Dad.
“Delirium is a serious disturbance in mental abilities that results in confused thinking and reduced awareness of the environment. The start of delirium is usually rapid — within hours or a few days”. (1 Sept 2020)
We also have topics on:
- Delirium Awareness
- Children’s Mental Health Week 7 – 13th February 2022: Growing Together. Featuring Antonio and Romero
We also have topics on:
The theme for this year is Loneliness in life there are many situations and circumstances that can lead you to feel isolated and alone. You could be surrounded by people and still feel alone.
The pandemic is something that has had a huge impact on life worldwide. Everything we knew about living and going about our daily lives changed in what felt like less than a blink of an eye.
- Losses – loss of life, friendships, job, home, the life we once knew and lived.
We also have topics on:
- Mindfulness And: Grief, Exercise, Sleep, Anxiety, Children, Coronavirus
- Exhaustion and Grief – Coronavirus: Exhaustion, Lockdown
- Low Mood and Grief – Coronavirus: Low Mood, Grief, Lockdown
- Sharing and Grief – Coronavirus and Grief
Thankfully things are starting to open up a bit more and life as it once was, is starting to return, but the long-lasting effects of the lockdown can still linger.
We had to readjust to an extreme new way of life for the past three years, now that way of life needs to be reversed, we need to retrain our brains into getting back to the way we used to live and socialise.
Our mental state of mind will always be important, but especially more so now with the major worldwide changes that have occurred over the last few years. For this reason, we will always do our best to try and help to further create, share and spread awareness of matters of this kind.
Please see Mental Health Awareness Week: 9 -15th May 2022:
2. Illustrative examples: Mental Health Awareness Week: 9 -15th May 2022
3. Mental Health Awareness Week: 9 -15th May 2022
3.1 Mental Health Foundation announces “loneliness’ as theme for,,,
“Mental Health Awareness Week – Monday 9 May to Sunday 15 May 2022 The Mental Health Foundation has announced the dates and theme of next year’s Mental”…
3.2 Mental Health Awareness Week 2022
“Mental Health Awareness Week is happening between 9 to 15 May 2022. The official theme is ‘loneliness’ and, across the week, we encourage you to build”…
3.3 Mental Health Awareness Days
“Mental Health Awareness Week takes between 9-15 May 2022 and the official theme is ‘loneliness’. We’ll be announcing our plans for the week during our monthly”…
3.4 Mental Health Awareness Days – a 2022 guide for Schools
“Some of the days included are: Children’s Mental Health Week; Stress Awareness Month; Mental Health Awareness Week; World Suicide Prevention Day; World Mental”…
3.5 Does the UK have a Mental Health Awareness Month?
9 – 15 May 2022 – Loneliness
“Mental Health Awareness Week is an annual event when there is an opportunity for the whole of the UK to focus on achieving good mental health. The Mental Health Foundation started the event 21 years ago. Each year the Foundation continues to set the theme, organise and host the week”.
3.6 Is there a National Mental Health Awareness Month?
“Did you know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month? And how better to recognize this than to consider the long history of NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness, a grassroots organization that has been helping people, right here in Nassau County, as well as throughout the country”.
3.7 Mental Health Resources – Download Wellbeing Pack
“Get Support for Your Wellbeing and Mental Health in Our Online Wellbeing Information Hub. Get Help, Advice and Information on Wellbeing and Loneliness from the British Red Cross. Supporting Refugees. Helping People in Crisis. 150 Years of Helping”.
3.8 Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 – Mind
“Mental Health Awareness Week runs from 9-15 May 2022 and this year we’re using spoken word to show the different ways people talk about their experiences”.
3.9 Mental Health Awareness Week 2022 toolkit of resources
“Mental Health Awareness Week takes place this year from 9th May to 15th May, and schools and colleges across the UK will be thinking of ways to mark the”…
4. Our final thoughts/YouTube Video
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