ALL of us are facing new challenges at the moment and mental health matters more than ever. Most people don't have a clue where to start: if you're reading this, you're ahead of the crowd!
Here and on our Facebook page you have the chance to learn skills and self-awareness to enable you to get control of your emotions.
If you’ve been feeling panicky, anxious and concerned by the way coronavirus is changing our world, please be assured that you’re not alone.
If you’re finding things hard to manage - it’s not your fault. Even though coronavirus IS causing fear and confusion, you can take action TODAY to start thinking and feeling differently – that is, to start thinking and feeling better.
The truth is, most people don’t understand mental health. They think it’s complicated. They believe the myths and mysteries that suggest some people will always be stuck with depression or anxiety because of some uncontrollable factor like genetics or brain chemistry. These myths are untrue and mental health is in fact relatively simple to understand and can easily be improved.
Think back to your school days for a moment. You probably remember maths and English; science and history; sport and music. Maybe even a few mentions of good manners and good character. But I’m sure you don’t recall any lessons about mental health. That’s because they didn’t exist! The good news is, with our help you can learn how to think and feel better – and it’s much less complicated than you might imagine.
The Thrive Programme has helped tens of thousands of people just like you. It’s a step-by-step programme that has enabled people to recover from years of depression; to overcome a lifetime of anxiety; to bring an end to crippling eating disorders and to transform people from timid wallflowers to the ‘life and soul of the party’. READY?
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