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Good Thinking’s guide to winter wellbeing

Get practical tips to help you stay mentally healthy in the months ahead.

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Bright frosty mornings, cooking a hearty meal, watching a festive film… these are just a few things you might enjoy in the winter. But this time of year also brings its challenges. Shorter days and colder temperatures can affect your mood, feelings of loneliness can be heightened at this time of year, and with the cost of living continuing to rise, you might be worried about paying your bills.

London’s digital mental wellbeing service, Good Thinking, is here to support you all year round. In this article, you’ll find information about dealing with your finances, staying connected with friends and family and coping with possible changes in mood during the winter months. We hope you find it useful and would encourage you to reach out for help if you need it.

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