We believe it’s more important than ever that we have open and honest conversations about mental health. It’s also why we’re supporting the Time to Change movement to change the way we all think and act about mental health problems and stamp out mental health discrimination.
Did you know, being grateful for the important people in your life benefits your mental wellbeing? According to several research studies people who acknowledge gratitude in their life regularly, also tend to be happier. This is not only true for people who suffer from mental health problems, but everyone.
That’s why at Aviva we are promoting and encouraging conversations about who and what we are grateful for. Our people are giving gifts to the people they are grateful for, making gratitude pledges and taking part in pause for thought sessions to help focus on all in life that they appreciate.
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I’m not the sort of person who has bad mental health
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