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Each month we are encouraging our bloggers to write about a themed topic. The topic for October is 'WMHD'.

We advise before submitting your blog to save your entry on a Word document - in case any technical issues arise. If you are experiencing issues, please email your entry to fundraising@sane.org.uk.

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I wrote ‘Are We All Lemmings And Snowflakes?’ because I wanted to write a book that could change the conversation about mental illness. For so long, we’ve been se...
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SANE
28th Aug 2018
Weirdness. Interesting word. For example, I was looked upon as weird at school for not being good at sports, practical subjects or mixing with others. “Who’s that freak...
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SANE
21st Aug 2018
I have suffered with my mental health but found balance by following my heart. Dance and painting has always been a huge form of self expression... I get lost in it. In 2014 I bit ...
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SANE
20th Aug 2018
Exercise has become part of my daily routine and, more importantly, a tool for managing my anxiety and depression. We all know the importance of exercise for our physical health, b...
Posted by
SANE
15th Aug 2018
I really struggle to exercise; however, yesterday I was reading a pamphlet that said that exercise can be good for you in general but especially after a major loss. (I recently los...
Posted by
SANE
15th Aug 2018
You start flipping through your Instagram and Facebook accounts. You see friends and work colleagues sporting a tan, drinking wine, and enjoying themselves. However, you are stuck ...
Posted by
SANE
20th Jul 2018
Unlike it is for most people, summer isn't my favourite season of the year. However, there are many of aspects of the summer which are great. For my first blog for Sane, and in the...
Posted by
SANE
12th Jul 2018
Many people are going away on summer vacation, and for some people going far away is not an option. So here are five ways to beat the summertime blues. Pamper yourself: take a hot ...
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SANE
09th Jul 2018
What exactly is motivation?  What does it mean to us, the multitudes of people who hear this word in different contexts, every day, every minute, every hour of our lives – ei...
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SANE
09th Jul 2018
Summer.  I always look forward to it.  I don't think I have ever been psychotic in the summer.  Christmas is the time to be psychotic. The tinsel and glitter of the season which ma...
Posted by
SANE
06th Jul 2018
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