Social media: Instagram might hide your likes to protect your mental health

When we first heard that Instagram might be hiding how many likes we get, we were freaking out. Now that we’re armed with the facts, it doesn’t seem like such a crazy idea.

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Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson to launch documentary focusing on mental health

As a member of one of the biggest girl bands in the world, Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson is using her celebrity to highlight an important topic: mental health.

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Celebrating Time to Talk Day

Today (7 February) is Time to Talk Day: the day dedicated to having an open and honest conversation about mental health.

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Celebrating Children’s Mental Health Week 2019

This week, (4–10 February) is Children’s Mental Health Week. It’s estimated that one in eight young people are affected by mental health problems, but what’s being done to help?

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Making tiny changes: your mental health

Growing up is a whole big bag of stress, no doubt about it. How do you manage when life becomes overwhelming? Do you wish you had more mental health support? Well, change is coming with calls for improved mental health education.

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Practicing self care to reduce stress

Today is National Stress Awareness Day, a chance to stop and recognise if we are becoming overwhelmed by stress and why. 

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Opening up this World Mental Health Day

Today (10 October) is World Mental Health Day. It is estimated that approximately one in four people will experience a mental health problem, and 4,500 people die by suicide in the UK each year.

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Get in the know: how to spot the dangers of social media

There’s no denying we live in a blue world (hi, social media) so understanding the very real dangers is important – especially for young people.

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Charity launches emoji jukebox

Scottish charity See Me Scotland has launched the world’s first emoji jukebox, aiming to help young people open up about their mental heath.

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