Simple ideas for better mental health.
A weekly podcast and weekly YouTube show full of practical advice to help you improve your mental health and wellbeing one step at a time.
Looking after your mental health and wellbeing doesn’t have to be a struggle and you definitely don’t have to go through it alone. Each week, writer and host Jeremy Godwin shares practical advice to improve different aspects of your mental health with a focus on simplicity. Jeremy combines formal studies with personal experience in his work, drawing on his own experiences of living with depression and anxiety for over seven years following a breakdown in late 2011.
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