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Little Blue Book of Sunshine (NHS)

Little Blue Book of Sunshine offers top tips to help young people cope with stress

Young people in Reading who feel stressed or mentally unwell are being offered help through a new local NHS booklet called the Little Blue Book of Sunshine.

The booklet is being distributed to schools to offer top tips to young people on coping with exam stress, dealing with negative body image, relationship issues, anxiety, anger or depression. As well as top tips, it includes lists of useful websites and contact details of local agencies that can offer further support.

You can pick up a copy at school, Download a copy here  or read the advice on the website.

Who to contact

The Little Blue Book of Sunshine

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