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Building resilience for the coming year

This month’s Your Wellbeing focus is all about building your resilience and strengthening your ability to cope as we move into a new year.

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Although things feel uncertain, the turn of a new year is a great time to think about how you will move forward. Supporting yours and your family’s mental health and general wellbeing is an important focus this month and as we move through 2021.

Five ways to nurture good mental wellbeing

Good mental wellbeing means that, in general, you feel comfortable and confident. You’re able to express your thoughts and feelings, nurture good relationships with other people, and be resilient. Specialist Nurse Adviser at Bupa UK, Fatmata Kamara, shares five ways to nurture your mental wellbeing.

Looking after you

Mental health conditions

The pandemic has affected everyone in some way. If you’re not quite feeling yourself, or you’re struggling day to day, make sure you reach out for support. Bupa’s Mental Health hub has lots of advice and information to help.

Learn more about each of the following mental health conditions

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