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Competition Time: Celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week

Join the Competition! Get creative and show us how nature makes you feel This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week’s theme is nature (May 10th—16th), and we want children and young people to reflect on how nature impacts their wellbeing.  To celebrate we’re holding a competition for anyone who goes to school in Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing […]

Author: Dani Smallbone
Posted on: 11th May 2021

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Mental Health Awareness Week: 10-16 May 2021

This Mental Health Awareness Week, it’s time to step up the fight for mental health with Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing & Hounslow Mind

Author: Dani Smallbone
Posted on: 5th May 2021

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Laughter & wellbeing

This week’s  #WellbeingWednesday tip comes from Amy, our Whole School Approach and Staff Wellbeing Advisor. My wellbeing tip for this week is to laugh. We have all heard that phrase ‘laughter is the best medicine’ so my wellbeing tip for this week is based around that. As a child, we laugh on average 200 times […]

Author: Dani Smallbone
Posted on: 5th May 2021

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How to build better boundaries to protect your mental health

I recently came across a quote by American professor, lecturer and author, Brené Brown, which struck a chord with me in a way that I hadn’t expected during a wild, Friday night of study-time!   What resonated with me was how often we can ignore our own advice when it comes to preserving our well-being, and the various […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 14th April 2021

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Buy Yourself Flowers

Now that spring has poked its head out to say hello, it’s made me fall in love with flowers all over again (a yearly occurrence). There’s something about them that just makes me feel hopeful and I find that having flowers in the home brings a real sense of freshness and vitality to the room. […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 7th April 2021

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World Bipolar Day 2021

Today’s World Bipolar Day and Vincent Van Gogh’s birthday. You probably know he had bipolar disorder. Did you know 1 in 100 people do? That might surprise you. Statistically this means it is highly likely that you know someone who’s been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, or maybe you are a sufferer yourself.  Check out this […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 23rd March 2021

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Song Writing for Wellbeing

We all have emotions and sometimes experiences that we feel we can’t talk to anyone about  for one reason or another. I find song writing one of the purest and most honest mediums of expression; music is naturally connected to our emotions, and can help to unlock feelings where words may be difficult to find. […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 23rd March 2021

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Staying centred & home working

Virtual working (in some ways) feels less ‘busy’ with no commute to and from the office, less rushing around, fewer meetings on different floors and generally no office ‘buzz’ around you. But despite this, I can sometimes get very swept up throughout my day because I don’t have the usual cues to re-centre myself after […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 15th March 2021

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Journaling to Boost Wellbeing

When the first lockdown was announced, I was one of the people that was stranded abroad. When I arrived back to London I was met with a ghost town, something that I wouldn’t have imagined when leaving for my travels, thrown into a mixture of uncertainty. For the first time in a while, I was […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 8th March 2021

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Olfactory Reference Syndrome and Me

Where do I start…I have Olfactory Reference Syndrome (ORS).  Basically, I think I smell bad and that others can detect it.  However in reality, I don’t smell and it’s all in my head.  When I say bad, I mean really bad. From rotten eggs, sewage, cheese to onions and human waste. I don’t just think […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 22nd January 2021

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