'It's empowering to talk about when things are tough', says mental health nurse

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A mental health nurse in Guernsey says speaking about our emotions is empowering, not a weakness.

Lucy Bisson is encouraging islanders to be not to be ashamed and to be more open about when they are struggling.

It comes on Mental Health Awareness Week.

It’s part of life for all of us. At any point, all of us are going to experience difficulties with our emotional health or mental health, so it’s really important that we talk about it.

– Lucy Bisson, Community Mental Health Nurse

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Alexandre Manuel Miranda Pereira

I’m in Amadora, in my godfather house, but my bones hurts a lot in this house, much more than my house in Queluz. If i’ll go my hiuse in Queluz, it’s better because the people maybe put the good ways in the nigth and day?! What do you thing?

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