Mind, the EFL's charity partner, is looking out for fans during the current challenging time. With movement restricted and many people suffering due to Covid-19 (aka the Coronavirus), Mind are looking out for your mental health as well as your physical health. Have you got your mate's back?
Some of their other support options can be seen below.
It's an uncertain time for us all right now. We've got some information on Coronavirus and your wellbeing, including what to think about if you have to stay at home. > https://t.co/uJIQ9UnS6Q pic.twitter.com/uQp6Ot6ihW— Mind (@MindCharity) March 20, 2020
It's likely that many of us will be working from home for longer periods of time to help keep us all safe during the coronavirus outbreak.— Mind (@MindCharity) March 23, 2020
We've put together some tips for managers about how they can support their team’s wellbeing as well as their own.https://t.co/h0lJSq3qjJ pic.twitter.com/5WTDWCWuns
Lots of us are worried about the coronavirus and struggling to cope with the changes in our lives, including young people. We've made a page of information and advice especially for them > https://t.co/W9Fsm99LLo pic.twitter.com/mNvzdNBX1D— Mind (@MindCharity) March 26, 2020
There's never been a more important time to #HaveYourMatesBack.— Brentford FC (Stay at 🏡) (@BrentfordFC) March 31, 2020
Our friends from @MindCharity share their tips on staying connected and reaching out to our mates we're not seeing on match day.
How are you having your mate's back?#BrentfordFC pic.twitter.com/Qv9xW5ujkf
Just because we need to physically distance ourselves from people, doesn’t mean we need to be socially distant.— Brentford FC (Stay at 🏡) (@BrentfordFC) April 10, 2020
There’s never been a more important time to #haveyourmatesback!
Read more advice from @MindCharity about coronavirus and your mental health https://t.co/gmjXoUSoI4 pic.twitter.com/2AfKNFHCUj
Regular physical activity can reduce the risk of depression by up to 30%, improve your mood & raise energy levels.— Brentford FC (Stay at 🏡) (@BrentfordFC) April 16, 2020
It's great for body and mind@Mindcharity recommends incorporating physical activity into your weekly routinehttps://t.co/Z4tpKwwzas #HaveYourMatesBack pic.twitter.com/n3OtxOTtvV
Studies have shown that being aware of what is taking place in the present directly enhances our wellbeing@Mindcharity remind us to be in the moment— Brentford FC (Stay at 🏡) (@BrentfordFC) April 23, 2020
What do you find helps your wellbeing?
Find more information at https://t.co/gmjXoUSoI4#HaveYourMatesBack pic.twitter.com/UpLLnAqJNH
Some of us currently have extra time on our hands@Mindcharity recommend learning something new, or mastering that skill you’ve always wanted— Brentford FC (Stay at 🏡) (@BrentfordFC) April 30, 2020
The practice of setting learning related goals has been strongly associated with higher levels of wellbeing#HaveYourMatesBack pic.twitter.com/l5tqtSQb08
Reaching out to friends, family and neighbours can help our own wellbeing, as well as the wellbeing of others.@Mindcharity told us that committing an act of kindness once a week over a six-week period is associated with an increase in wellbeing.#HaveYourMatesBack pic.twitter.com/c4fWQaEo4N— Brentford FC (Stay at 🏡) (@BrentfordFC) May 11, 2020