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That’s all we need from you. The time it takes to have a shower. Or drink a cup of tea. Or to check in with a friend and make sure they’re ok.
Today is Time to Talk Day. Time to break the stigma around mental health. Time to tell the world that a mental health illness is just as valid and as painful as a physical one.
1 in 4 people will experience mental health problems: that’s a quarter of the people you know, but sadly there still seems to be so much shame about admitting you might be part of this statistic. Shame is a huge barrier to recovery and one which an eating disorder will thrive on.
We work, day in day out, with people who are suffering from eating disorders. There are physical symptoms but they begin in the mind. We give our clients our expertise, our experience, our knowledge – but just as importantly, we give onlinepharmacytabs them time to talk. And it really makes a difference.
Talking about what you’ve been through shows others that they are not alone and that there is light at the end of the tunnel. We run a number of therapy groups at The Recover Clinic and believe that the bonds that form by sharing experiences in a non-judgemental environment are crucial to the recovery process.
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The Recover Clinic encourages each of you to support the Time to Talk Day campaign by taking just 5 minutes today to have a chat with a friend to see how they are, and to really listen to their answers whether that’s in person, by phone, or online. Then head to the Time to Change website to record your involvement and show your support.
And if you’re worried that you or someone you care about may be suffering from an eating disorder, we’re here, ready to talk. Give us a call.