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Student mental health. It’s now more important than ever that we re-assess the effectiveness of broad-brush advice and re-think and re-focus on how we cultivate, develop and maintain resilience in our communities.
We all interpret and respond to change differently. Some people are excited by change whilst others appear resistant and overwhelmed. Understanding the many different perspectives, emotions and responses to change in ourselves and those around us, brings people together, makes people feel understood and builds energy for change.
What’s the missing ingredient when developing people who can respond to uncertainty and change with adaptability and flexibility?
Now more than ever people need us to create conditions where they thrive. Cultures of strength, positive behaviour and close connections. Let’s not resurrect bad habits that undermine performance and wellbeing. Let’s seek transformation and renewal.
There is mounting evidence that the growing cost to society of mental illness is not sustainable. The sad reality is that poor mental health is often a ‘silent killer,’ only really raising its ugly head with sporadic and shocking media interest into celebrity suicides or accounts of extreme suffering through adversity. It naturally reinforces a Government funding focus on tackling the ‘end result’ as opposed to taking serious preventative action in the first place.