Mental Health week-human tips
- Being well ourselves means we’re not always ‘buoyant’, but that we have the well being tools to be physically, mentality and emotionally well most of the time and resilience to get us through tough times
- It usually also means we have empathy for those who are not well at the moment, who maybe a bit ‘stuck’, and to know that assisting starts with listening and not jumping to provide solutions that might suit us, but may not suit the person who needs help
- If you want to help someone by listening well but need help to do that we’re here to help; to help you and the person you’re listening too.
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