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It will feel like the longest journey but know, you deserve this Oct 10

There may be times in your life when you feel like the whole world is against you and you struggle with your mental health because of this. For Ahmed, it was important to be strong and keep positive throughout this time. Here, he shares his Letter to his Younger Self… Dear Ahmed, They say ‘bad things […]

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Everything will change, just don’t give up Oct 10

What would you tell your younger self if you had the chance to go back and tell yourself something when you were struggling with your mental health? For April, it was to stay strong and never give up. Read her Letter to her Younger Self… Dear April, I know you are going through a lot […]

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Just take it one day at a time… Oct 10

Everyone experiences changes in their mental health throughout their life. For Sarah, it was important to her that she never stopped fighting. Here, she shares her letter to her younger self… Hello Sarah, I’d ask how you are, but we both know the answer to that. You are frightened. You feel lost and despite everyone […]

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Never feel like you need to go through all this by yourself Oct 10

This years theme for World Mental Health Day is young people and mental health in a changing world. As part of this, we are sharing Letters to my Younger Self from people across Certitude. If you had the chance to go back and tell yourself something when you were struggling with your mental health, what would you say? Here, Charlie […]

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Talking is the first step Sep 10

Lara Amusan, Head of Service for Mental Health at Certitude, delivers our Mental Health First Aid Training which includes a session on suicide. She recently provided training to employees at the Glades Shopping Centre in Bromley. “I’m glad that we have this day on the calendar to talk about suicide. Suicide is preventable. People don’t […]

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