Things to get you through: Ideas and stories from young people who have been through mental health struggles AND When our children are struggling: What has helped us as parents / carers along the journey — Compiled by David Newman and David Denborough

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This innovative resource for young people and families consists of two parts.

Part One: Things to get you through: Ideas and stories from young people who have been through mental health struggles

Part Two: When our children are struggling: What has helped us as parents/carers along the journey

 

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This innovative resource for young people and families consists of two parts.

Part One: Things to get you through: Ideas and stories from young people who have been through mental health struggles

This document includes ideas and stories from young people living in a psychiatric in-patient unit about ways of getting through the toughest of times: ‘We know just how easy it is to get lost in life. We hope these documents offer one way for others to find a way back.’

Part Two: When our children are struggling: What has helped us as parents/carers along the journey

When children are struggling with their mental health, it can be pretty tough for parents too. As parents/carers, some of us have been through times when we’ve felt so confused, or frightened, or as if our confidence has been dissolved, as if everything we do is wrong. As we have tried to find the best ways to support our kids we’ve been on quite a journey. There are many things that have helped us along the way and there are many things that we have learnt. In these pages, we’ve tried to share some of the hard-won knowledge that we’ve gathered along the way. If your child is struggling, we hope our words and stories might offer you company.


 

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Weight .205 kg
Dimensions 21 × 29 × 1 cm

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