To that end, we've updated our mental health reflections booklet with new material to provide hope, reassurance and comfort.
The 13 daily reflections are also available as a podcast series. 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.
Day one - Living in isolation
Who is in our hearts and minds? How can we reach beyond the confines of rooms and homes to connect with those we love?
Day two - Loneliness
When feeling lonely, turn to God, and ask God to turn to you.
Day three – God in our struggles
Scary though these things may be, God may well be in our midst, waiting to bless us.
Day four - How are you?
Have you ever found yourself not knowing what to say when someone cheerily said “How are you?”
Day five - Time well spent
What is the passion in your life? Do you spend a lot of time wishing you could do something else?
Day six - Switching focus
Life sometimes feels like one long to-do list.
Day seven - Hearing voices
Where did that thought come from?!
Day eight - Eat, rest, sleep
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?
Day nine - Blessed are those who mourn
"Count your blessings" is one of those unhelpful things that people say when they really mean "You shouldn’t feel the way you do".
Day ten - Worry
“Don’t worry!” Easy to say, and hard to do.