Hear hear!😁👏We may need to keep our distance at the moment but that doesn't mean we aren't able to help one another. Through the most difficult of times, we often witness the most beautiful acts of kindness. Kindness is an incredibly powerful tool - lets ensure we are using it everyday. #kindnessmatters #mentalhealthawarenessweek ... See MoreSee Less
So as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, we are celebrating all things relating to kindness❤️. Being kind to ourselves, being kind to to those we know, and being kind to strangers!
But let us not forget, it takes courage to be kind! How will our actions be received? Will we be taken advantage of? Will we be wanted? Will we be mocked? All questions that can stop us from making that gesture of kindness.
But the good news is, that research has shown that being kind to others, actually makes us feel better about ourselves and improves our mood! So an act of kindness to someone else is actually a kindness to ourselves😁. And we think that sounds wonderful for everyone!
So this week is Mental Health Awareness Week 2020! It's a wonderful time for us all to focus on both our own mental health and the health of others. Staying safe and well recently has been a challenge in so many ways for so many of us. We are so proud of how you have all responded to this new "normal"!😀👏
The theme of this year's week is a lovely one...it's kindness! ❤️👍😁
So here on day 1 of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 we are celebrating any and every act of kindness, offered or received! Please share with us your stories and let's do our bit to spread kindness around the world today!😍
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