Dr. Radha shares a message of support for all frontline workers during the pandemic: your feelings matter, and you aren't alone.
Samaritans"You may have to wear a mask at work but please don’t feel you need to wear one when someone asks you how you are."
Beautiful letter from @DrRadhaModgil to key workers on #OurFrontline. We're here to support you round the clock as part of @OurFrontlineUK
Please sponsor me to take on Samarathon today. I’ll be racking up 26.2 miles over the course of July to raise vital funds for Samaritans.
I struggle with Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression and Anxiety which means I struggle with panic...
Samaritansℹ Posting safely and responsibly about suicide online is important. It can even reduce the risk of suicidal feelings and behaviours in others and encourage people to seek help.
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The Prime Minster has been urged by major coalition of charities to create an urgent renewal plan for mental health to support the nation’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
SamaritansWe’re proud to be part of a coalition with over 50 charities who have written to @BorisJohnson. We’re urgently calling on the government to put mental health at the heart of their #coronavirus recovery plan
If you're drawn into endlessly checking your phone or watching the news, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. Life coach and hypnotherapist Camilla Sacre-Dallerup has some tips to help you cope when things get too much
SamaritansIf you're drawn into endlessly checking your phone or watching the news, it's easy to feel overwhelmed 📰📱
We're looking for a Digital Communications Officer who wants to develop their content and digital marketing skills within the charity sector.
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A study from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that, from 3 April to 3 May 2020, 30.9% of adults (7.4 million) reported that they had seen their wellbeing negatively effected by loneliness, with a further 2.6 million adults reporting...
SamaritansWith routines disrupted and meet-ups with family and friends outside our households halted, it’s unsurprising that many are reporting increased feelings of loneliness #LonelinessAwarenessWeek