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Mental health used to be a taboo subject, but thankfully things are changing. This week was Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, and up and down the country, people found interesting ways to engage with young people about the issue. The week's theme was 'expressing yourself' and encouraged young people to find ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas through creativity. As one in six young people have a diagnosable mental health issue (figures: NHS), we must encourage open and honest discussion. Here is a rundown for people of some of the ways people shared that message this week.

 

Children’s Mental Health Week runs until Sunday.

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Some of the lessons you’re learning right now will come in handy should you plan to sell your home.

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Children’s Mental Health Week (CMHW) is running from Monday 1 to Sunday 7 February.

The project’s patron, HRH The Duchess of Cambridge, launched the event with a special video message.

The Duchess is a passionate supporter of children’s mental health and spoke about the importance of young people expressing their feelings safely and creatively.

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