Stress is something we all experience at some point in our lives. For some it becomes unmanageable.
By sharing our stories or those of our friends or family members we can raise awareness so that those not able to cope on their own might feel they have a path to a better tomorrow.
How does this work? Let members of your team share their stories via the form on this site. Print out the stories or a summary of each snippet on a sheet of paper and tack it to a communal wall over the course of a week.
Encourage the team to stick a ‘hug’ (stickers will be provided!) on a snippet that resonates with them or catches their attention. At the end of the week discuss the most popular themes. Raise awareness and use this as a prompt for further discussions.
We want to take the concept of A Better Tomorrow and build a range of products that tackle mental health issues and offer practical ways to help people realise a better tomorrow.
Use the form on this site to describe in a sentence or two how you or your friends or family members might have experienced stress. How did it affect you? Were you able to help those going through a situation?
Look at other people’s stories. Think what they may have been going through or how they tried to help. Take a moment or two if you can to pause for thought.
Just by taking a few moments to cast your eyes over these stories or even provide one yourself means you’re helping and supporting the initiative. If you like, put a hug sticker on a story that impacted you in anyway.
Tell Us Your Story
Your story submissions are completely anonymous
Read Other People’s Stories
Over recent years my siblings and I have come to realise that our Mother is a compulsive liar. It’s not her fault, she’s the product of parents who couldn’t express love or help her build any self-esteem. She is totally incapable of change and any attempt to address is met with what we term “the wall”. I am so grateful for my siblings (and therapy) because they bear witness, it’s very difficult for anyone else to understand how difficult it is to deal with.