Last Thursday the Dynamite group for young disabled people held another pizza evening at the Frank Sorrell Centre in Southsea.
The purpose of the event was to talk about 'Emotional Wellbeing'.
Young people talked in groups about the names for different emotions, what those emotions felt like, and what they looked like to other people.
They also talked about who young people would talk to if they were feeling emotions which made them unhappy.
Finally young people talked about their own experiences of talking to people about those emotions and what they think could be done better to help young people cope with emotions which make them unhappy.
The groups took notes on everything that was talked about and those notes will help with a report which is being written on mental health services in the area.
The aim of the report is to let services know what they are doing well and also what they should be doing better.
The report will be published at the end of February and we will feed back what that report says to the group.
Thank you to everyone who attended the event, the experiences and opinions that you shared will help make services better for other young people.
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