Mental Health

I received a letter of support from a stranger?

I’m sure we are all aware by now that I struggle with my mental health. I am a strong advocate that the little things can make a huge difference. Which is where this post comes in. A few weeks ago I opened the post to find a personal letter and friendship bracelet from (on Instagram). I cried, the letter was written with positivity surrounding suicidal thoughts. I couldn’t believe that someone would go out of their way to send me a letter to make my day that little bit better. 


She sends a friendship bracelet with each letter, so if you’re ever feeling alone, you can remember that others in the world who are struggling also have the same bracelet on their wrist. I think this is a lovely idea.

Letters of Support is currently struggling with donations to afford the postage of her letters, yet she does not want to stop spreading support. I hope you can donate even as little as 65p/$1, which will cover one letter to someone who may really need it. This isn’t just a post to encourage you to help. I’m posting this so if you are also struggling you may benefit from receiving a letter, in which case head over to her Instagram, she can personalize your letter to whatever you may be struggling with.

I am also posting this to say THANK YOU! A single letter bought enough positivity to brighten my day completely. I smile each time I look at my bracelet, and feel a little less alone. What you’re doing is so selfless, inspiring and helpful that I hope you also continue to do this project. I appreciate you! I’m comforted by the fact there is still lovely people in the world.

Head over to ‘’ on Instagram to check out her project.

9 thoughts on “I received a letter of support from a stranger?

  1. Lovely idea. So glad you received the letter when it was needed.
    I believe there are always positive messages around us if we look for them.
    I was having a tough day and read this quote on one of the blogs I follow. It made me feel much better and I told Anne.
    Inner peace begins the moment you choose not to allow another person or event to control your emotions.
    We may never know how much a word, a smile, a compliment, can mean to someone…

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