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Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, will be taking place Monday 13th – Sunday 19th May and this year’s theme is Body Image. It is a topic that has recently been featuring heavily in discussions and debates on social media and in the news, so this feels like a timely opportunity to talk about my personal experiences with the issue of body image and how it can be explored using resources in the library.
I found this attractive green and gold volume entitled Half-Hours in the Far North: Life amid snow and ice in the Canterbury Christ Church University Special Collections.
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