Don’t for­get your friends

Macclesfield Express - - YOUR VIEWS -

A COUN­SELLING group is en­cour­ag­ing peo­ple to get back in touch with old friends dur­ing Men­tal Health Aware­ness Week.

Re­late Cheshire, a non-profit coun­selling ser­vice, is en­cour­ag­ing peo­ple to make a ‘re­la­tion­ship res­o­lu­tion’, which could be call­ing an old friend for a chat or mak­ing more of an ef­fort with pals they don’t see as of­ten.

The Men­tal Health Foun­da­tion chose the theme of re­la­tion­ships to raise aware­ness of how fun­da­men­tal they are to our well­be­ing. And if you make a re­la­tion­ship res­o­lu­tion through their web­site, they will send you re­minders so that you can keep your res­o­lu­tion on track.

Susie Woods, a coun­sel­lor at Re­late Cheshire and Mersey­side said: “We are de­lighted that this year’s Men­tal Health Aware­ness Week is on the theme of re­la­tion­ships. We all know from our day-to-day lives the im­pact re­la­tion­ships can have on our men­tal health – both good and bad.”

Sign up at www.re­late. org.uk.

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