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Supporting Good Mental Health is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England, written by Professor Chris Cook and accompanied by “have a go” habits developed by Ruth Rice. You can download a free PDF that includes a total of thirteen reflections on Supporting Good Mental Health from cofe.io/MentalHealth.

The effects of mental health problems are huge. Nearly nine out of ten people with mental health problems have been affected by stigma and discrimination. Given the challenging times we are living in with coronavirus, the reflections in this series were updated and new resources written in March 2020. They seek to provide hope, reassurance and comfort.

If you want to speak to someone, please visit the Mental Health Foundation website, which has lots of helpful resources and contacts. Visit www.mentalhealth.org.uk.

Supporting Good Mental Health The Church of England

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Supporting Good Mental Health is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England, written by Professor Chris Cook and accompanied by “have a go” habits developed by Ruth Rice. You can download a free PDF that includes a total of thirteen reflections on Supporting Good Mental Health from cofe.io/MentalHealth.

The effects of mental health problems are huge. Nearly nine out of ten people with mental health problems have been affected by stigma and discrimination. Given the challenging times we are living in with coronavirus, the reflections in this series were updated and new resources written in March 2020. They seek to provide hope, reassurance and comfort.

If you want to speak to someone, please visit the Mental Health Foundation website, which has lots of helpful resources and contacts. Visit www.mentalhealth.org.uk.

    Fresher's Week: Starting Something New

    Fresher's Week: Starting Something New

    Leaving behind things that are familiar and setting out into the unknown is unsettling. During lockdown we have perhaps all had a bit too much of home and familiar things, but that does not make the wider world any less threatening; in some ways it makes it more so.
    “Supporting Good Mental Health” is a series of reflections from The Church of England.

    • 5 min
    Day 13: Love

    Day 13: Love

    What does love look like? Some people find it hard to say “I love you!” but it can also be too easy to say the words without really knowing what they mean. Perhaps they just mean a nice warm feeling inside? Real love – for God or others – is visible in what we do and how we live. How is your love visible to others?
    “Supporting Good Mental Health” is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England.

    • 4 min
    Day 12: Forgiveness

    Day 12: Forgiveness

    Forgiveness makes good business for self-help books. How do I forgive? How can I let go? We often hear that forgiveness is good for you. It makes you feel better. All easy to say.
    “Supporting Good Mental Health” is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England.

    • 4 min
    Day 11: The Divided Self

    Day 11: The Divided Self

    Have you ever said, “I’m in two minds about that!”? Sometimes we find ourselves torn between what we’d like to do, and what we think we should do.
    “Supporting Good Mental Health” is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England.

    • 5 min
    Day 10: Worry

    Day 10: Worry

    “Don’t worry!” Easy to say, and hard to do. If only we had a “worry switch”, so that we could simply turn off our worries!
    “Supporting Good Mental Health” is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England.

    • 4 min
    Day 9: Blessed are those who mourn

    Day 9: Blessed are those who mourn

    We often think that “blessed” means “happy”, but how can those who are unhappy be happy?
    “Supporting Good Mental Health” is a collection of 13 reflections from The Church of England.

    • 3 min

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