#mentalhealth voices: lived, supporting or professional, get your voice heard.

This week I am curating the twitter feed mh_voices.

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It is always a privalage to hear other people’s stories and I am using this week to get as many people heard as possible. I may not be a politician or a celebrity and my voice may not get heard very far away, but listening is an act of love, and as mother Theresa said:

“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”

So this week I get to help promote the voices of people who sometimes find even getting out of bed and dressed takes all the mental strength they have… and yet get up and go to work/college/school anyway. Surely this is worth hearing.

So many people with mental ill health get on each day and do the same day as their co workers but it takes the courage of heroes to do.

Here is to their often unnoticed battle.

I see you.

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