World Mental Health Day is hosted annually on the 10th October by the World Health Organisation to raise awareness of mental health issues on a global scale.
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Recording of: 10 Minute Mindfulness Sessions at 10AM
Recording of: “The Truth About You, Me and Stress” Intro Webinar
Five Relaxation Audios & Tips from “The Truth About Relationships” Programme
Five Tips from “The Truth About Conversations”Programme
Daily Exercises from “The Truth About Mindfulness” Programme
FREE 1-1 Sessions - online coaching sessions with Soulcy Founder, Emma Fairclough - available all week
Recording from #WMHD19 - Connecting the World With Mindfulness10:10:10
LIVE 10 Minute Mindfulness Sessions at 10AM
A series of free relaxing mindfulness meditations took place online at 10:00am globally in 3 time zones. Enabling everyone to come together with people from all corners of the world throughout the day, to relax and experience the impact of mindfulness first-hand. Here is the recording from the New York session.
2. Recording from “The Truth About You, Me and Stress” Intro Webinar
3. Five Relaxation Audios & Relationship Tips from “The Truth About Relationships” Programme
4. Five Tips from “The Truth About Conversations” Programme
Here are 5 Tips on How to Have Better Conversations:
5. Daily Exercises from “The Truth About Mindfulness & EQ” Programme
What is Mindfulness & How Can it Help?
3 Exercises For Your Mindful Day
6. How Are You, Really?
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Suicide Prevention Advice. Prevention is something that we can all individually help with.
A short conversation with another person can sometimes be enough to make the difference between life and death for them.
The acronym ‘WAIT’ is one good way to remember how you can support another person who may be suicidal. It stands for: