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If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment, please contact me on the details below or you can use the form.  You can also check out my facebook page, where I post blogs, articles and relevant posts https://www.facebook.com/amandawellstherapy/.  You can find my GDPR Data Protection Policy Amanda Wells Privacy Policy – 21 May 2018.

Chose you – prioritise yourself – you are the only one who can do that for yourself.  Time flies by in a whisper.  Make sure that you’re living it as the best possible version of yourself.

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www.amandawellstherapy.com

07984 449342
01923 219923

Watford, WD24

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Beautiful words written by Sheridan evans

❤️World Mental Health Day❤️
It doesn’t matter if you’re rich or poor ... old or young... male or female ...depression anxiety ... is debilitating... it doesn’t just go away .. it comes back from time to time .. that black cloud feels like it just follows you around.. some days it’s pale grey other days it’s deep dark and heavy ... and you never know how long it’s gona hang around ...

We all have a brain.
Humans also have emotions that are affected by the environment and people that surround us. Sometimes they are affected by a condition or illness.

We all have different ways of dealing with things and yet even today's so called modern society just can't see that.
There is still a huge stigma attached to mental health and I have seen this first hand. The list. ..is endless. ...

Hands up... I was also that child that used to giggle at the 'odd' folk at school or in the street not knowing that one day life would throw some serious heart wrenching lessons my way.
No one can ever say they haven't felt sad or so low in life. That is also 'mental health'.

Mental health is a term covering just about every single condition to do with how the mind works from medical conditions right through to low mood and anxiety. At some point in your life you will experience it to some degree , some more than others.

You never know what lies around the corner.
It not only affects the person themselves but can devastate those that are close to them too. It can cause a sense of loss and grief kicks in big time. That's OK though. It's not wrong to feel that way too.

Ìts okay to not understand something. If there is one thing anyone can do is talk. Talk to each other. Talk to a stranger that starts chatting away in a random way. You may be the only person they have spoken to that day.
Talk about how you feel about how someone else is feeling.

Smile. Laugh at some eccentricities.
Make light of gloomy situations.
Shout for and accept help..to hell with what others think or believe.

Make a point of at least learning a little in order to help a friend, son , daughter , neighbour , colleague, partner.

Remember everyone is a human being. They have a body just like yours. They live and breathe. Their heart beats.

They also have a soul in there just like you. Just for today... be yourself and let yourself help at least one person with something as simple as a single word or a smile..
Some of you may not totally agree with all of that and that too is OK. It is my experience.
People say all too often that I am a strong person. Yes maybe I am. However remember strong people also have those human emotions and more often than not , need just as much support as everyone else. They too can suffer anxiety and depression and feel lost . Look after yourselves. Look after others. 😇
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