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7:02am 10th October 2013

More help for people dealing with everything from stress to money worries in south east Cornwall.

Experts say everyone will experience times they feel low during their life - or find it difficult to cope.

Now a free event is being held in Saltash to help people improve their mental health and well being.

Clinical psychologist Doctor Mary Welford said: "Take time to think about - how can I improve my wellbeing today?

"It doesn't necessarily mean people who are depressed or have serious anxiety-related issues. It's all of us. Mental health is all of us.

"Asking yourself - what can I do for myself today that will make tomorrow a better day? Sometimes that's about facing some difficult things, sometimes it's about taking a breather."

"Ask yourself what you can do for other people on a daily basis: that might be as simple as saying hello to the person who serves you in the supermarket or passing the time of day with people."

Limited places are available for the session between 10am and 1130am. You can call 01752 581001 to book a place.

7:02am 10th October 2013

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