Cheery doesn’t mean toxic positivity.

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Please remember, what we offer on the site is for wellbeing promotion, self-management, and self-care, it doesn’t replace professional advice.

There can be reasons why we may feel far from cheerful, we may even consider suicide our mood is so low. If you are feeling despairing just now, please speak to someone. Remember the Samaritans are there 24/7 365 Tel No 116 123, also speak to your GP or other health care professionals about support near you.

You do matter. These tips offer some ideas on the value of a cheery outlook while recognising sometimes things do happen, that we need to work through before we regain our sense of cheer.

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