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  • Author : nashy
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  • Topic : Special Events
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Sometimes when we have navigated the reality of complex trauma, mental health diagnosis (or even the challenges of being a mental health carer), it can be extremely easy to forget to direct unconditional compassion towards ourselves.

Many people are familiar with the voice in our heads that can ruminate heavy and unkind words towards oneself, sometimes over the course of so many years that we don't even recognise it. The output of this can be lower self-esteem; most definitely a common symptom during mental health recovery.

Join @nashy  for this Topic Tuesday as we soundboard ideas around improving our self-esteem whilst living with complex mental health challenges Heart


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