LESSONS IN WELLBEING: PUTTING ON YOUR OWN MASK BEFORE HELPING OTHERS

I’m a great believer in taking care of your mental health. It’s something that I actively encourage in others: my eldest brother – an inspiring paramedic but someone who sadly witnesses terrible trauma on a daily basis; my middle brother – a senior manager, Police Sergeant and someone who three years ago amazingly survived unscathed from a 30ft fall from a cliff face; and my colleagues at who are individually taking on new challenges at work each day.

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