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Winners & Takeaways from #CumbrianChallengeAtHome

“We couldn’t just switch the lights off” - This was the cornerstone of Walking With The Wounded CEO Ed Parker’s video update delivered to teams who would normally have been taking part in Grasmere, Cumbria, at the charity’s biggest in-person fundraising event of the year.

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Mental Health Awareness Week: What is kindness? - Written by WWTW Mental Health Therapist Caroline Lacey

Kindness is a quality, or value, and is seen in our social behaviours towards others. To be kind is to act in a way that shows genuine thought for, and a feeling of compassion towards, another person.

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Being kind to ourselves - Written by WWTW Mental Health Therapist Vikki Powell.

Being kind to ourselves and others is now a common refrain. Sounds obvious doesn’t it? But for many of us, it is hard to do regularly, consistently and without dismissing our acts of kindness as something of little value.

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Mental Health Awareness Week

In her latest video, hear from WWTW's Clinical Lead, Carolyn as she shares her thoughts about the benefits of being kind and the importance of kindness during the period of #lockdown.

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Covid-19 Series. Mental Health Awareness Week. WWTW Twitter Takeover

Next week marks Mental Health Awareness Week and as part of this, we're hosting a mental health Twitter takeover on Monday May 18th.

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Walking With The Wounded Steps Up COVID-19 Support With Launch Of OP-REGEN A New Volunteering Project

Partnering with Global Production Squad to provide front line support to those affected by COVID-19

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Morrisons' VE Day Veterans Pie

Morrisons ‘Veterans Pie’ makes a comeback to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day

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COVID-19 Series. Keeping well and looking after your mental health.

We have all been in lockdown for a number of weeks and months. WWTW Clinical Lead, Carolyn, has put together some top tips to help you look after your mental health during this time.

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Covid-19 Series. Q+A with WWTW Mental Health Therapist Ben Amponsah

Ben Amponsah offers his top tips for looking after your mental health

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Covid-19 Series. Monitoring your alcohol intake and staying safe- Written by Carolyn Brown.

During the current lockdown, it could be that all the structure and routine you had put into your daily life has now flown out of the window – leading to boredom, isolation and increased stress; triggers that may cause you to increase your alcohol intake.

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