Mental Health

Mental Health

Tired of balancing frantically to keep your mental equilibrium? Thinking of your life timeline as ’before’ and ’after’ Covid? Fed up with wars, disasters, tragedy…?
You are not alone! You are one of us humans!
This web page has been created by students for students in need of a mental health ’push’. Four European schools partnered up in 2022-2024 to provide fuel for mental health maintenance, to forego further crises.

Please scroll down for further information.
Supported by the European Union


Communication is a must for your mental health. Without communication, you have problems because you need to talk with people about everything.

Leisure time is the most important part of the day, you can spend it on your own or with your family and friends. Leisure time is all about doing activities to keep you calm and in a good mood.

Mental Aid has many sides and some of them we try not to speak about. Here are some types of them that could help you identify and express your feelings. Don’t be afraid to talk about your problems or help your friends if you notice some changes in their behavior.

Physical health, achieved through exercise, proper nutrition, and self-care, not only boosts motivation but also promotes both longevity and mental well-being.

Self-care generally involves engaging in activities that make you feel good in your own skin. It can be practiced in various ways, both on a daily basis and periodically. Here’s a list that you might find useful.

Spirituality is about intense psychological and personal experiences. Mediation, personal faith and especially religion makes spirituality different for everyone.