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54 Reasons Why You Matter Card Pack
When life starts getting tricky and our mental health becomes rocky, it’s easy to believe our unhelpful thoughts. One that many of us face is ‘you don’t matter’.
At Blurt, we know that’s not true. As one of our cards says: ‘You are kind, caring and empathetic and the world always needs more of that’.
It can be hard to fight these unhelpful thoughts when we’re worn down and wrung out; sometimes we need some added ammunition.
That’s where these cards come in!
We’ve gathered 54 Reasons Why You Matter. Shush that unhelpful voice by whipping out a card that reminds you that you do matter. Make the whole pack into bunting and hang them around your room. Or reach out and post one to a friend whenever they’re going through a rough patch.
- 1 pack of 54 Cards
- Each card is 64mm x 90mm (the same size as an average pack of cards)
- Cards feel soft and silky for added shuffle-ability
Is it a gift?
- Include a note at checkout – we’ll pop it in the parcel
- If you’d like to buy a card, you can find them here
Don’t just take it from us…
“The perfect pocket-sized pick-me-up”
“I’m buying these packs so I can send each card throughout the year to a dear friend, to brighten her days.
I can’t wait!”
“Just wanted to say a big thank-you for my “54 Reasons Why You Matter” cards that came yesterday. They are awesome as they are an excellent go-to reminder for me when I have a tough day.”
“Fantastic idea for a card set, I work on two acute mental health wards and will be using these daily with the individuals I support. Well done again blurt team.”
This is just one in our range of card packs to help us through those tricky times.
Photo: Holly Booth Photography
About the Illustrator: Stacie Swift
Stacie is an illustrator with a love for bright colours and nice words. She’s Mum to Matilda and Arthur, (and two cats, Bob and Beans), a full-blown coffee addict and self-care enthusiast. She enjoys sharing her thoughts on mindfulness, mum-life and mental health – because everyone needs a reminder that nobody has it together all the time.