Supporting good mental health
To that end, we've updated our mental health reflections booklet with new material to provide hope, reassurance and comfort.
For Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, 7 of the 13 reflections on Supporting Good Mental Health have been made available as a podcast series, released daily. Listen using the player below, or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
You can read our thirteen daily reflections Written by Professor Chris Cook and accompanied by "have a go" habits developed by Ruth Rice.
If you want to speak to someone, please visit the Mental Health Foundation website, which has lots of helpful resources and contacts.
Who is in our hearts and minds? How can we reach beyond the confines of rooms and homes to connect with those we love?
When feeling lonely, turn to God, and ask God to turn to you.
Scary though these things may be, God may well be in our midst, waiting to bless us.
Have you ever found yourself not knowing what to say when someone cheerily said “How are you?”
What is the passion in your life? Do you spend a lot of time wishing you could do something else?
Life sometimes feels like one long to-do list.
Where did that thought come from?!
Have you ever been busy with work or a task and, having got through it all, then found the anti-climax afterwards even harder to deal with?
"Count your blessings" is one of those unhelpful things that people say when they really mean "You shouldn’t feel the way you do".
“Don’t worry!” Easy to say, and hard to do.