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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.

You are also welcome to share your experiences on our Support Forum. Join/log in here.

Remember, if you're in need of support, our confidential services are always here.

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I am so sad today. A young woman has developed suspected orbital cellulitis on an acute psychiatric inpatient ward the staff wouldn't take her to the emergency room right away and ...
Posted by
friendofsane
20th 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 ...
Posted by
SANE
20th Aug 2018
Being quite a private person about certain aspects of my life this is a very different post for me to publish on my social media, but I thought that it was about time that I shared...
Posted by
tiamariataylorberry
17th Aug 2018
The media likes stories with a clear beginning, middle and end. When it comes to mental health reporting, this often means testimonials are published in which people talk about the...
Posted by
Admin
17th Aug 2018
I am a suicide survivor and I have lost loved ones to suicide. This is what I know from my experience: suicide is death by sadness. Suicide tears people apart and leaves wounds tha...
Posted by
fortheheartcries
16th Aug 2018
Earlier this year I was sectioned under the mental health act. Until this point I’d never experienced the mental health system first hand, or had any of my own issues, I cann...
Posted by
lizgreen
15th 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
Selfie-Centred - by Ellen Deaville I was thirty before I realised that chlamydia wasn’t a pot plant, which might have raised a few eyebrows at the local garden centre. So I g...
Posted by
Admin
14th Aug 2018
i think the best thing for someone recovering from a mental health illness is exercise, i used to love exercise before i had my accident and fractured my c1, c2 vertebrae in my nec...
Posted by
hh3575
12th Aug 2018
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