Keeping an eye - from the London Eye World Mental Health Day is a call for all of us to recognise that there are times in life when we all face challenges, moments of crisis, dramatic changes and times when we all need emotional support. Sometimes it's just a hug or a thoughtful word, or a listening ear or a cup of tea. It also asks us to recognise that we need to be there for each other and support one another during such times. As a proud partner in the Heads Together campaign, spearheaded by the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, we look forward to recognising all those who were #thereforme this World Mental Heath Day 2016. Today is all about Psychological First Aid - how do we respond in such moment? Our free app, Baby Buddy, is fundamentally about supporting parents during a time of transition to parenthood and beyond: in more than 200 short videos in the app, parents and professionals shares stories that parent users of the app might recognise as similar to their own. It really helps to hear from other parents how they coped with challenges and who they turned to for help. Professional offer reassuring tips. Mum Morgan who shares her experiences in Baby Buddy, now looks forward to sharing her story with the Royal Highness today (10th October) at the London Eye. Traveling to London from Brighton with with her midwife, Mitch Denny, who is also the Teenage Pregancy Liaison - she will thank Mitch for inspiring her and showing her kindness when she felt scared and worried. This is her story: "My name is Morgan: I'm 19 years old and currently studying in London. I would like to thanks my midewife, Mitch Denny, not just for her support, but also for inspiring me. I discovered I was expecting a baby in 2014. At the time, I was nervous about disclosing I'd previously suffered wih mental illness but I knew it could be affected by my pregnancy. I was also worried I might not be allowed to have my baby and that I wouldn't be a good mum. When I met my midwife, Mitch Denny, she immediately made feel at ease and I was happy to share my anxieties with her. I presumed Mitch would refer me to social services, but instead I was referred to the perinatal mental health team. Mitch and the team were brilliant, Mitch really took the time to make sure I understood the importance of looking after myself - keeping healthy - not just for my body, but also for my mind. Even after my daughter was born, I awalway felt like Mitch was interested in my welfare. She kept an eye on me and made sure the perinatal health team was doing what was right for me, Mitch was there to help keep me on track so I'm no able to be the best mother I can be. The support from Mitch inspired me to become a midwife. In fact, I started my university course a month ago. With Mitch's help, my daughter and I are happy and healthy, and I never dreamed I could start a new career so soon." Join our celebration of everyone who has helped anyone by thanking someone who helped you and posting a picture of yourself and the name of the person who you would like to thank on www.thereforme.org Say "Thanks for being#Thereforme Morgan shares her worries on Baby Buddy. Download your app for free today or visit our web version here.