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Mind, the mental health charity
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We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.

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Imani blogs about how she picked herself up, after a really tough day.
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Alix's story is part of our #GetSetToGO campaign
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Today we're launching our new #GetSetToGo campaign to get people moving for better mental and physical health.
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Exciting news! We've just uploaded episode 17 of our 'Talking about mental health' series, and this time the topic is PTSD.

Do you have, or do you know someone with PTSD? This video may be able to help...
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"My brain works very quickly, I can pick up and learn new skills very quickly.... but I can be very quick as well to get anxious and assume that the worst is going to happen." Watch Enrietta's #mentalhealthselfie on living with anxiety
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"I wanted to talk specifically about BPD because I don't feel like many people even know what it is or that it even exists..." Watch Lana's #mentalhealthselfie just added to our channel.
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Watch Ben, Debbie, Lechelle and Zainab in our new video about their experience of self-harm, what helps them cope and how people can support them.
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Being stressed or busy can have a big impact on your mental health, but it's at these times when looking after yourself can be most important.
Click below to watch our new animation, which suggests 8 tips and exercises you can use to look after yourself and relax. Don’t worry if some ideas don’t work for you – just enjoy the ones that do.
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“If I'm going through really black, black time, if I write about it then it's like exercising a demon.”

Actress, writer and comedian Juliette Burton explains how telling her story has helped her mental health.
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