Our final step to positive mental health is “No Man Is An Island”, Friendship, Family and Faith are the most valuable relationships we have. They are essential in protecting our mental health. Our friends and family keep us grounded and can help us put things in perspective. They help our ability to cope with the problems that life throws at us.
Everyone needs friends. Whether you have a group of friends or just one good friend, it doesn’t matter. All you need are people who genuinely care about you. Your real friends will always help you when you need it.
Faith and spirituality are much more than just comforting rituals to religious individuals. They have the ability to have a positive impact on mood and mental health. Aspects of faith enable tangible reductions in, and protection from stress. Faith generates optimism, enriches interpersonal relationships, creates support systems and enhances quality of life.
One of the most important things you should take from these daily talks is that you are not alone.
Best friends are the people in life that make you laugh a little louder, smile a little brighter and live a little better
Thank you to everyone in the school who played any part in this Positive mental Health Week, it would not have worked without the work, support and participation of the whole school. We hope that everyone got at least one positive thought, smile or stress relief tip from it. We hope you carry that with you from now on.