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Trauma can cause strong feelings and difficult experiences, and it can take time and support to be able to cope. We've put together a few suggestions of things that could help if you're struggling.
You can find more info at mind.org.uk/trauma
Do you have a question about trauma? Head to our story later this afternoon for an "Ask Me Anything" with our Information team.
#MentalHealth #advice #AMA #AskMeAnything
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Good session out in the middle 💪💪 #NZvIND
Photo by @thomaspeschak | Long before I started work on my Galápagos story, I envisioned making a photograph that would juxtapose a marine iguana with a school of fish. Transforming the scene lodged in my mind into reality took many hours over many days and required following countless schools of fish. It was only toward the end of my stay at a remote spot that a marine iguana rose up from the seabed at the same time as a school of grunts swam through the frame. Shot on assignment for @NatGeo in collaboration with @parquegalapagos @charlesdarwinfoundation. For more photographs from the Galapagos follow @thomaspeschak.
Having some 😞serotonin sads😞 during these winter months? Well this video is a burst of 🌞sunshine🌞! Check out @CynthiaLovely’s new video for “I Can’t Believe” ⚽🍦now and pre-order her collectible vinyl today! Links to both in my stories ♥️
"Exercising is one of the five ways to wellbeing, and for me, with schizoaffective disorder, it enables me to give my mind a rest while I push myself physically and concentrate on something else. For me it’s a form of mindfulness and a break for my brain. I didn’t believe exercise could positively impact me to the level it does when I am down, but I now vouch for it and would encourage everyone who can to exercise to improve their mental wellbeing." Diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder while at uni, Alexis found that exercise helped with her mental wellbeing. Now she's encouraging other students to get involved in our 27 27 running challenge, and raise awareness for better mental health. To read Alexis's full blog, head to mind.org.uk/yourstories
Photo by @gabrielegalimbertiphoto | Whenever I meet people on my travels, I ask the same question: Can I see what’s in your medicine cabinet? Noorjaha Sagri, 56, her husband, Abbas Ali Sagri, 67, and (from left) their children, Faisal, 24, Heena, 17, and Rafiq, 22, live in a one-room flat in the Dharavi slum in Mumbai, India. At night they pull out mattresses and all sleep in one room. The parents do not work, but the children do sporadically and are the only source of income for the family. Abbas has suffered a stroke, so most of the medicines visible are for his use. #pills #pharma #bigpharma
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I know you’re 12 years old today but you will always be my babies... 🥥🤍🤍🥥 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY BEAUTIFUL COCONUTS!!!
"I wish I’d had the support and the knowledge I have now when I was growing up, and it’s for this reason that I want to share my story. If, by sharing my story, I can give some strength to just one other person, putting myself out there will be worth it.
This is why taking part in The Mind Walk is so important to me." Jo is one of our many amazing fundraisers who'll be taking part in #TheMindWalk.
In her blog, Jo tells us about her history of anxiety, how opening up to a therapist has helped, and why she will be walking for better mental health on 4 April. Read her full blog at mind.org.uk/yourstories
Video by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz | The dinghy of Ocean Expeditions pushes through the slush of calving glaciers on a survey of the bathymetry around Brabant Island, Antarctica. The west Antarctic Peninsula is one of the fastest warming areas on Earth, with a rapid loss of ice. To view more of our world from above, follow me @geosteinmetz.