Don’t forget your friends
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.