From ‘time to change’
As we enter a new year and a new lockdown, now’s a great time to check in with the people around you. We know that these changes can be difficult for those us with mental health problems.
We’re sharing Angela’s blog from the first lockdown, as it’s a great reminder of the power of everyday conversations in changing attitudes towards mental health problems.
We’re also busy getting ready for Time to Talk Day, which is coming up on Thursday 4 February. We might not be able to meet up in person, but that won’t stop us making it our best Time to Talk Day yet.
We’re bringing you a virtual festival full of fun on the day – read on to find out more!
You’re invited to our virtual festival
We might not be able to meet up in person, but that won’t stop us making noise on Time to Talk Day!”
We’re planning a virtual festival full of fun online activities, hosted by a range of Champions and supporters, so you can take part wherever you are.
From conversations on the importance of talking about mental health to laughter yoga and dance sessions, there will be lots of ways to get involved and inspire even more mental health conversations.