Mental Health Awareness Week

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Mental Health Awareness Week will take place 18th — 24th May. The Mental Health Foundation's theme this year is 'Spread a little kindness.'

It can make a big difference to spread a little kindness to those around you — especially if someone you know is having a difficult time.
Being kind to yourself is also really important. There are lots of different ways you can do this, like thinking of all the things that you like about yourself, or trying not to blame yourself when things don't work out the way you wanted.
Is there someone who seems a bit different from usual? Ask them "How are you feeling today?" It can be really caring to listen to how other people feel and, if they have a problem, see if you can find a solution together or ask an adult for help.
Help someone else or just say something nice about them. A little kindness can go a long way.

What do you think Kindness is?

Even though are friends are at home, a kind word is still important. Say hello, tell a joke or share your adventures. Here is a hug in an envelope for our friends.

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