Thank you for taking part in our research and being part of #TeamNCMH.
Without people generously giving their time to share their experiences, we wouldn’t be able to do the important work we are doing to improve understanding of the impact of life experiences on maternal wellbeing & mental health.
The questions covered some emotional topics and we understand that they can sometimes bring up difficult memories or feelings such as sadness or anger. The information below may be helpful if you feel the need for additional support.
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If you are not in immediate danger, you can visit the NHS website, or call one of the following helplines.