It’s Mental Health Awareness Week – and what better time to show your support for better mental health.
Mental health problems can affect anyone, any day of the year. This week is a great time to have a chat with a friend, family member or colleague and have a think about your own wellbeing too. You could even join one of the many campaigns to help make sure no one experiences a mental health issue.
The Charity “Mind” says that in many ways, mental health is just like physical health: everybody has it and we need to take care of it. “Mind goes onto say that good mental health means being generally able to think, feel and react in the ways that you need and want to live your life. But if you go through a period of poor mental health you might find the ways you’re frequently thinking, feeling or reacting become difficult, or even impossible, to cope with. This can feel just as bad as a physical illness, or even worse.
Mental health problems affect around one in four people in any given year. They range from common problems, such as depression and anxiety, to rarer problems such as schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Basil the Border is starting to make real strides in his new home.
Before Basil the Border arrived, his Breeder had already micro-chipped him. The micro-chip has a unique number for identification purposes. When he was 7 weeks old Basil the Border also received his first vaccination to protect him against Distemper, measles and parainfluenza. When he is 10 weeks old Basil the Border will receive vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus). Basil the Border is registered with the Kennel Club. Basil the Border is a very happy, intelligent, gentle, loving and playful puppy and he has settled into his new home with consummate ease.
Welcome to our family Basil the Border – we are going to have such fun & love together.