Mental Health Awareness week - 16-22 May 2016 Relationships


Good relationships protect our mental health and wellbeing at any stage of life. People who are more socially connected are happier, physically healthier and live longer.

Five universal tips for maintaining healthy relationships

Give time

Put more time aside to connect with friends and family.

Be present

It can be tempting to check your phone, Facebook messages or even work emails when with family and friends. Try to be present in the moment and be there for your loved ones, and switch out of work mode wherever possible.

Listen

Actively listen to what others are saying in a non-judgemental way and concentrate on their needs in that moment.

Be listened to

Share how you are feeling, honestly, and allow yourself to be listened and supported.

Recognise unhealthy relationships

Being around positive people can make us happier. Our wellbeing can be negatively affected by harmful relationships, however, leaving us unhappy. Recognising this can help us move forward and find solutions to issues.

- See more at: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/guide-investing-your-relationships#sthash.r6QoPQVx.dpuf

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