Mental wellbeing describes how we are feeling and how well we cope with everyday life. All of us have mental wellbeing. If we have good mental wellbeing we:
• Feel relatively confident in ourselves
• Can build and maintain positive relationships with other people and enjoy making a contribution to our communities
• Cope with everyday stresses and manage life’s ups and downs
How is mental wellbeing and mental health problems connected?
It is quite normal for our wellbeing to fluctuate, but if you experience low mental wellbeing over a long period of time, you are more likely to develop a mental health problem. If you already have a mental health problem, you are more likely to experience periods of low mental wellbeing than someone who has not.
We will be running virtual and (subject to COVID-19 restrictions being lifted) socially distanced in person focus groups throughout September. For dates and to book on to a focus group, please click here.
Alternatively, hard copies of this survey can be printed, completed and sent to the address written below. You can download a printable copy of the survey by clicking here. A stamp will be required to post your completed survey.
Independent Mental Health Network
Great Park Road
Alternatively, you can request a hard copy of the survey by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or phoning 0117 405 5863 (10am – 4pm Monday to Friday). Please be sure to mention your postal address.
Please email engagement email@example.com or phone 0117 405 5863 (10am – 4pm Monday to Friday) to request a copy of the easy-read survey. We will post a hard copy to your address with instructions how to return it to us.