Sharing your emotions can help you feel more positive, in control and better connected to those around you.

It can be hard to talk about your feelings. But there are things you can do to make it easier.

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Understand your feelings

Getting to grips with how you’re feeling can help you stay in control.


Negative thoughts?



Panic attacks?

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Care for yourself

Self-care is important but often overlooked.

Our tips and tools can help you fit ways to look after yourself into your everyday life.

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Live life to the full

Our online sessions and reading materials are totally free and easy to use.

Are you looking to boost your mood, planning for parenthood, overcoming illness, trying to build new skills or just curious about your options?

Whatever your situation in life, there is something for you.

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Find help and support

While there are steps you can take on your own, sometimes you need that helping hand.

Our wide network of partners means there is always someone for you to talk to.

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Get inspired

Across Greater Manchester people are taking steps improve the way they feel.

Barbara’s story

“My family noticed the difference in me – I didn’t realise I didn’t actually talk at home.”

Barbara from Trafford talks about the walking for health programme and the positive impact it had on her mental and physical health.

Sami’s story

"It doesn't have to all be medical. If you work good as a community, we can get there as well"

Sami was mentored to get fit and eat healthy by Salford social enterprise Unlimited Potential.

Danny’s story

“If I hadn’t of spoken to my mum, my dad and my wife that day, I know for a fact I wouldn’t be here.”

Former England rugby league player Danny Sculthorpe discusses his struggles following a career-ending accident. Talking about his depression ultimately saved his life.