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Mental Health Awareness Week

Recognising the importance of mental health for all, but particularly in the work place, Hilson Moran is taking part in Mental Health Awareness Week. Taking place from 8 – 14th May, during the week we will be encouraging our staff to ask their colleagues, desk mates and lunch buddies; how are you today? Is everything ok?

We have also created ‘Mood Boards’ across our offices, inviting all staff to anonymously fill in and pin up blank cards describing how they are feeling throughout the week. We are encouraging staff to comment on anything from family life to work life – good, bad or indifferent.

Now in its 17th year, Mental Health Awareness Week has previously focused on how mindfulness, anxiety, sleep deprivation and exercise can impact our mental health. This year, however, the theme is Surviving or Thriving?

Too many of us accept that experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety are the price we pay to keep our lives on track. Working hours blur into leisure time and the rise of social media changes the way we interact with friends, families and our communities.

During the week we will be celebrating good mental health as an asset that helps us to thrive. This is not just the absence of a mental health problem, but having the ability to think, feel and act in a way that allows us to enjoy life and deal with its challenges.

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