Mental Health can affect anyone, at any time – whether that be friends, family, colleagues, or you, yourself. Mental health is everyone’s business.
Latest figures show:
- 75% of adults say they are worried about the effect coronavirus is having on their life
- 65% of adults are feeling stress or anxious due to Covid-19
- Staying in touch with friends and family remotely is the most common action that is helping people cope with staying at home
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and this year’s theme, is kindness.
One thing that we have all seen across the world in recent months, is an overwhelming sense of kindness – amongst the worry and fear of so many, there is a strong sense of community, support and positivity.
Self-Care & Positivity Calendar
Taking time to look after yourself is so important, now more than ever. Attached is our self-care & positivity calendar with 30 small daily activities for you to try, for a happier and healthier you.
Mental Health Guidance & Support
We’ve attached our Mental Health guidance & support presentation, which discusses what mental health is, what the symptoms are and things you can do to support yourself and others that may be struggling. Information on the support GroceryAid can give all colleagues working in the food industry is also included.