Mental Health &
Emotional Well-being

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Fact: Everyone has mental health.
When being bullied, our emotional well-being and mental health often take the biggest hit.
It’s about time we all started looking after our mental health in the same way we look after our physical health.
On this page, you will find some helpful info about topics related to mental health and emotional well-being.
It’s our job to help you get back on top form and eradicate stigmas surrounding mental illness…

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Talking to your parents about mental health

When talking about mental health to your parents, it’s not uncommon to completely freeze up…

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self-esteem

How to improve your self-esteem

Self-esteem is made up of the thoughts you have about yourself and plays a role in almost everything you do.

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bullying eating disorder

The Link Between Bullying and Eating Disorders

Una Foye, Research Officer for the Mental Health Foundation on the link between bullying and eating disorders…

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10 Things you need to know about mental health at Uni

As advised by Student Minds – the leaders in Student Mental Health
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track mental health

9 Practical things you can do to track your mental health

Keep on top of your emotional wellbeing by trying out some of these creative tracking ideas…

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Getting over bullying

GETTING OVER BULLYING

Even after the bullying has stopped, we still feel the mark that it leaves on our confidence …

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GUIDE

The Long-Term Effects of Bullying

The impacts of bullying can affect crucial aspects of everyday life, long after the bullying has ended. So, what are the long-term effects?
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RESEARCH

THE MENTAL
HEALTH REPORT

What can 12 million conversations tell us about mental health? Working with Brandwatch has given us a unique opportunity to analyse 12.9 million conversations surrounding mental health in the United Kingdom over a period of four years.
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On the Ditch the Label community, you can anonymously seek help and advice from trained
digital mentors about anything from coming out to questions about gender.
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