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My workmates don’t know about my mental health condition

Should I tell my work colleagues about my depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, PTSD or any other mental health condition?

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8 signs you may need to work on your relationship

Serious, healthy, long-term relationships take a tremendous amount of hard work and commitment.

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Talk about your relationship problems (before it’s too late)

Long-term relationship problems that remain unresolved are often behind separation and divorce. Thankfully, there’s a lot you can do before things reach that point and get out of hand.

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Why does stress change how we behave?

We all know what it feels like to be stressed. However, how many of us truly understand what happens to us when we’re experiencing stress?

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“Your stories are real, they matter, and they may help others in similar situations.” #Veterans give honest answers when asked how serving has impacted them. https://t.co/98FoRQwoPT

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If you live with a #mentalhealth condition then it’s possible that you may have felt the need to discuss it with someone at your workplace. Here are some pros and cons to consider first. https://t.co/qcAdO0Dv2e
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When it comes to mental health, not everyone feels comfortable walking into a GP surgery to talk about their experiences. This is why a network of top barbers in the UK are turning UK barber shops into a space where men can talk freely. https://t.co/TueF9Zgs2Z

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