How to Talk about Mental Health
Emotional Wellbeing Support • 3m 53s
All of us have mental health in the same way that we all have physical health. Talking about our mental health can be challenging due to the stigma attached to it. It’s important that we normalise talking about mental health so that we can more readily speak up and get the help that we need at the right time. Alexander shows us how we can start the conversation and support those around us.
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