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One of the most profound ways you can support charities long into the future is to leave them a gift in your Will. Simply put, charities rely on gifts in Wills to continue their wo...
Posted by
SANE
01st Sep 2021
Richard Williams is an emerging, contemporary, artist who started painting as a form of escapism from regular bouts of depression. He is now using his talents to raise awareness of...
Posted by
SANE
24th Aug 2021
The use of visual art has long been understood to have positive effects on both physical and psychological health. Photography is a form of self-expression that can contribute to a...
Posted by
SANE
18th Aug 2021
Photography can have a positive effect on mental health and wellbeing. It can boost self-esteem, confidence, memory, and decision making. It can be a form of mindfulness which can ...
Posted by
SANE
18th Aug 2021
Dealing with depression is not easy, it becomes quite a fight and the more help we get the better. Getting professional help is very important, but it is also crucial that we keep ...
Posted by
imanuel
28th Jul 2021
Adjusting to life after university can be tough and experiencing depression after university is a lot more common than you may think. Shall we talk about University? It's a place w...
Posted by
gradgirl97
15th Jul 2021
The following short romantic poem contrasts the time before and after your love began. It's a short love message sure to please. All poems by Joanna Fuchs. I Never Knew I never kne...
Posted by
ilyricss
05th Jul 2021
My employer recently hosted a wide range of mental health related activities to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week. It was called “Expressing emotions through art&rdq...
Posted by
nniekamp
15th May 2021
Regardless of whether it occurs tragically and unexpectedly, or we’ve been preparing for it for months or even years, no-one is left unscathed by the feelings that any kind o...
Posted by
jodenton
23rd Mar 2021
In the UK today around 1 in 100 people are living with schizophrenia. It's a common - but complicated - mental illness that affects the way the mind works and often causes disturbe...
Posted by
SANE
15th Mar 2021
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