The horrific attacks in Manchester and London and, last week, the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower; the UK has been hit hard recently.
Whether you’ve been directly affected or not, all of us have felt it in some way. And that’s OK. If you’ve felt sad, angry, guilty or simply, lost after these events – it makes you human.
It seems we’re waking up to more and more ‘breaking news’ and none of us are fully equipped to deal with it. Many of us wear our hearts on our sleeves and grieve among friends, while others will keep it tucked away, trying to carry on as usual, but with a heavy heart.
It’s OK to feel sadness and it’s OK to feel angry or confused. But help is available and there are ways you can learn to cope with these situations, should they occur again.
Talk, talk and talk some more
We know, everybody says it, but it really does work! In fact, in 2016 Time to Change ran a survey of over 7,000 people living with mental health problems...