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Christmas is not always happy for everyone

Please try and remember that Christmas can be a time of sadness for some people so always be kind. You never know what people have been through or might be dealing with....


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Depression can hide behind a smile

7 Traits of Highly Sensitive People- this can lead to anxiety and depression

Recently I discovered that I am a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP), possessing an “innate sensitiveness”

as Carl Jung originally coined it. In 1996, Dr. Elaine Aron’s groundbreaking work confirmed that 15-20% of the population has this trait of high sensory processing. The work of Dr. Ted Zeff explores how the trait of sensitivity, specifically in boys, has been received in cultures around the world. Through these pioneers I have discovered a false belief I carried for a long time; the lens through which I experience life is not “wrong”. The validation that sensitivity is neither an asset nor a flaw has given me the ability to reframe the way I perceive life.


http://www.stevenaitchison.co.uk/blog/7-traits-hig...

Suicide and silence: why depressed men are dying for somebody to talk to

Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50. For that to change, the stigma of mental illness must be challenged

Nine months ago, Jake Mills texted his girlfriend one final time to tell her he loved her – and then he tried to kill himself. "I genuinely felt that I was a burden to a lot of people's lives," the 25-year-old Liverpool comedian says. "A lot of people say suicide is a selfish act but, in that frame of mind, if you're about to kill yourself, you just don't see anything better."

The Guardian

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