#KindnessMatters this Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week which raises awareness of mental health and mental health problems, and aims to inspire action to promote the message of good mental health for all.

#KindnessMatters this Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week which raises awareness of mental health and mental health problems, and aims to inspire action to promote the message of good mental health for all.

This year's theme is 'Kindness' and will celebrate the thousands of acts of kindness that are so important to our mental health. We have seen this in particular during the coronavirus pandemic, where kindness has prevailed in uncertain times, helping people to connect and communities to cope.

Over on the Council's Twitter and Facebook pages, we’re sharing ways to #BeKind to yourself and others, with Five Ways to Wellbeing. These five simple steps are little things we can all do to be kind to ourselves and each other, particularly during these uncertain times, whether it’s being active, connecting, giving, learning or taking notice.

You can find out more about Mental Health Awareness Week on the Mental . Health Foundation website by clicking the button below.

Mental Health Foundation website

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