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Please support this campaign through your own social media channels by creating your own posts or liking and sharing the social content posted from:

Facebook       goodthinkinguk

LinkedIn         goodthinkinguk


Twitter            @GoodThinkingUK

Encourage people to visit the Good Thinking website for support 

Please find below some example posts that can be posted on your social channels. Remember to tag us in when you can @GoodThinkingUK and we will share and retweet every message 😊

  1. The @NHSuk recommends five ways to help improve your mental health and wellbeing. This resource by @GoodThinkingUK is to meet the growing demand for mental health support across London and its diverse communities.

For those of us who may be facing mental health issues, or are coping with anxiety and negativity, one of the many ways that we may try to overcome these challenges, is to take a balanced approach of both spirituality and practicality @GoodThinkingUK

  • If you need to seek professional help, seek it! Speak to your GP, or call anonymous hotlines such as the @muslimyouthhelp on 0808 808 2008 @GoodThinkingUK
  • #Anxiety can affect us all. It’s important to remember that you’re not alone. No matter how overwhelmed you may feel, there’s always help around the corner @muslimyouthhelp @GoodThinkingUK
  • When you struggle with your mental health, the journey to feeling better is much shorter when you can speak to someone who really knows your world. Listen to the podcast with @muslimyouthhelp & GoodThinkingUK
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK we hear from @Sarwat313, member of @speakerscollect, sharing her journey to finding mental health support by focusing on the things that matter.
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK, NHS Nurse @zuzikhan, from @NHS_TNW shares how being physically active can improve your mental wellbeing.
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK, @ZaraM01, Secretary General of the @MuslimCouncil shares her thoughts on wellbeing and Islam.
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK, @RemonaAly, Journalist shares how learning something new every day can improve your mental wellbeing.
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK, NHS Chaplain, Imam Hassan Abdullahi, from @uclh shares how paying attention to the present moment can improve your mental wellbeing.
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK, GP Dr Shahzada Khan, from @NHS_TNW shares how giving to others can improve your mental wellbeing.
  • In this video from @GoodThinkingUK, Imam Yunus Dudhwala, Head of Chaplaincy, @NHSBartsHealth shares how connecting with Allah and with people can improve your mental wellbeing. 

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