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August 20, 2020
Newsletter 2

Mosh pit or quiet place? This week's wellbeing pillar is Belonging. Have you ever felt alone or isolated? Being alone and in your own space doesn't always mean you are alone. As we are unique social creatures we all have variations of needing to belong to something. Some of us like the peace of a walk on a wild beach while others feel feel happier in a mosh pit at a dance festival or in a crowd at a sports event. Find out who or with what you connect to at https://readbetweenmyeyes.com

Eye Quiz

Not all our faces paint a thousand words. Which of these people are between 20-29yrs? Whose worst thing they have ever seen was a mouldy Brussel sprout?

Visions of the Week

Each week we will show you some inspiring, magical or simply unique ways we all see! This week Miri is sharing the worst thing she had ever seen.

Our Visions

100's of people have now taken part in the Read Between My Eyes journey and we're just beginning to find out how unique we all are. We ask everyone 'What is the first thing you have ever seen?' these are our top answers in order so far;

100's of people have now taken part in the Read Between My Eyes journey and we're just beginning to find out how unique we all are. We ask everyone 'What is the first thing you have ever seen?' these are our top answers in order so far;

Their Garden

Their Family

Playing

Something they hold

Hospital

Water


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Time to Reflect

Though a lot of people don't care, many people are very excited at the prospect of sport returning, football especially. It's long been known that we get a sense of belonging by identifying with clubs and recently many 'fan forums' have busied themselves with retrospective 'favourite memories' themes. Recent articles in papers have picked up on the fact that they all seem to involve people, not sport. Partying after a win, getting lost on the way to the ground. In nearly all the 'favourite memory' stories the actual result / events on the pitch seem largely incidental...
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Posted by RBME Team