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How you can join in with raising awareness on Mental Health… “IT’S A WIN!” As a Helen’s Journey blog is a chosen feature blog in #MentalHealthMonday Twitter Competition

How bloggers can work together to put the spotlight onto the important issue of Mental Health!

I’m proud to of had two of my blog’s chosen in this #MentalHealthMonday Twitter competition. I think this is a brilliant idea to shine a light on Mental Health issues and struggles that many people face and that some are brave enough to write about and highlight.

My chosen blogs are (click on titles to open blogs in a new tab to read posts after you have finished reading this post):

  1.  “MY WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY SPENT WITH THE ARTS”
  2. “YOU ARE…” A SELF-LOVE AFFIRMATION TO REMIND US HOW AMAZING WE ARE!

Here is how can you join in with raising awareness for Mental Health

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My ‘World Mental Health Day’ Spent With The Arts. An event review, all about using the Arts to discuss Mental Health, in a fun & creative way!

So the 10th October marked another ‘World Mental Health Day’ aka WMHD.

Although I assume some of you reading this, who are living in this world with us, didn’t know… It’s okay you can put your hands up and admit it, as that is what makes awareness days needed = to do just that, make more people aware!

I spent my WMHD at a local community centre hosting an event by ‘Life Balance Arts’ a local Arts Community Investment Company who use their profits and assets for the public good. The afternoon was all about Mental Health and using different art forms to express ourselves, but also to create a comfortable atmosphere for people to openly and safely share their personal stories regarding Mental Health.

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