10 gifts for people struggling with mental health.

It can be difficult to know what to do or say when someone is in the thick of a mental illness. So many of us find Christmas overwhelming and sad, and that's ok. It is also full of love and mince pies, but I think it's so important to give both sides to Christmas. ⠀

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@suziereading book called The Self Care Revolution, is the ultimate guide and thought provoking way to get on board with self care. There are lots of different things you can do in this book, including yoga exercises. It has handy sections so that you can skip right to the section that you are most in need of that day. £8.56.
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@fionalikestoblog My love for this book runs so deep. It was the first book that I couldn't put down. It follows Fiona's journey through Depression and has so many laugh out loud moments, plus a lush dose of nostalgia. I can't recommend this enough. £9.74
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@lauratalanti makes these beauts of enamel pins with important messages on, plus Laura loves cats and fosters them. Pins include, 'you are enough', 'always overthinking' and 'lifetime member of the introvert club.' They come in amazing colours and shapes. £7.00
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@the_positive_planner Fin and Ali have just launched an amazing Positive Bullet Planner. Which is an organisational and creativity dream. It organises your day-to-day life and document things that are important to you. It has delicious quotes and illustrations throughout and is such a positive addition to your life. £24.00
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@icancards Depression I Can Cards always outsell all of the other cards each month. They are created by people who had depression. Therefore, aim to be comforting, motivating and positive. Zero cheese in all of the quotes, just realistic positivity around meaningful subjects. £10.00