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Will I inherit my parent’s mental illness?
Illustration of person with tree
Info: Most children and young people worry that they may develop or ‘catch’ the same illness as their ill parent - but you cannot catch a mental illness from anyone.
Who are the superheroes in your life?
Superhero banner - An illustration of an old woman reimagined as a superhero
In recognition of the everyday superheroes we all know, Our Time has created some suitably heroic activities that young and old can enjoy from their home. Excelsior!
Feeling alone?
Young carer on video
Videos/Info: If you are a young carer who feels alone, this advice and information might help you.
How can I cope with the stress?
illustration of teenage looking concerned
Video/Info: Find out ways of managing stress and anxiety as a young carer or child of a parent with a mental illness.
Coping with the news
A worried cartoon girl surrounded by news headlines
Staying informed is no bad thing, but it's important that we balance this with care for our own mental health at the same time.
A free book to colour in or copy from
An illustration of a happy father and daughter
In line with this week's resource theme of 'don't forget self-care' Our Time has prepared a printable colouring book that the entire family can enjoy!
New fun and relaxing things to try
A small cartoon cat girl holding up an umbrella in the rain
Our Time has prepared a small selection of fun but simple activities that all ages will be able to enjoy from home. Never tried these? Great!
Snakes and ladders activities
An illustration of snakes and ladders
While snakes and ladders is a simple game, it can be a lot of fun to play with friends or simply designing your own challenge around it.