Category: Young people’s mental health

Supporting yourself and those around you

19th May 2020

Whilst there is understandably a lot of focus on physical health at the moment due to COVID-19, you also have a lot to offer in terms of supporting the mental health of your parents, siblings and friends.

Getting to know each other better during quarantine

13th May 2020

This might be the most time that you’ve spent with the people inside your home for a while. We know that living in this new way can sometimes feel pressured and it’s easy to get angry with each other and disagree. This time can also be an opportunity to work on our relationships with those we live with.

Dealing with uncertainty

7th May 2020

Disappointment is natural, but do you feel completely overwhelmed or ‘out of control’ when plans change unexpectedly? Being clear on what is inside and outside our control can help uncover resilience allowing us to adapt, rebuild, recover and recognise that we can also change and develop over time.

Delivering Bloom online during the coronavirus outbreak

29th April 2020

Abbie Longley, Head of Year 13 at Oldham Hulme Grammar School shares her experiences and tips delivering Bloom online during the coronavirus outbreak.

Where does the time go?

28th April 2020

The more ‘free time’ we have, the harder it can be to find a balance between productivity, leisure time and rest. How do you choose what to prioritise when the days are rolling into one? Using tools from the Bloom workshop on juggling time, we bust some of the myths and provide some tips on how best to utilise your time during quarantine.

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Just £10 could help pay for a call to our advice and information line, supporting someone living with mental illness who may be feeling in distress during this time.

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