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1st December – World Aids Day
World AIDS Day is a global movement to unite people in the fight against HIV and AIDS. Since 1988, communities have stood together on World AIDS Day to show strength and solidarity against HIV stigma and to remember lives lost.
2nd – 8th December – National Grief Awareness Week
Grief is a word for some of the feelings you may have after the death of someone close to you. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Some people describe being overcome or frightened by their feelings, others say they feel numb. Grief affects people in different ways. If your partner, relative or friend has died, you may find it hard to cope with your emotions and the practical things you have to do.
Brittany Packnett: How to build your confidence and spark it in others
Chris Bailey: How to get your brain to focus
Christine Lewandowski-Shannon: Mental Well-Being & Mindfulness
Dr. Kasim Al-Mashat: How mindfulness meditation redefines pain, happiness & satisfaction
Gen Kelsang Nyema: Happiness is all in your mind
Jackson Bird: How to talk and listen to transgender people
Kathryn Schulz: Being wrong
Kio Stark: Why you should talk to strangers
Light Watkins: Debunking the five most common meditation myths
Daryl Davis: A chance encounter with a member of the Ku Klux Klan