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So today began like any other in my mundane existence. I woke up and felt just as tired as I did when I went to sleep. I thought about the day ahead and felt a combination of despa...
Posted by
sirhugo
26th Feb 2020
Its been a few months since my last blog. So much has happened. I shall start with Christmas. Visited family and had the worst Christmas ever. I got bullied and harmed. So, I kept ...
Posted by
myheadspacerace
24th Feb 2020
A crowded room but you feel so alone, The mask you wear, the transparent conviction of your tone, The walls are closing in and the darkness is growing, The smile on your face is st...
Posted by
cjbx
20th Feb 2020
Hi all. My name is Gary and I suffer from a horrible debilitating illness called depression. Sounds fairly innocuous right? I mean we all get depressed. We all have the occasional ...
Posted by
sirhugo
13th Feb 2020
The SANE Creative Awards Scheme is open: Apply NOW! Following a huge response to our first round of awards, the SANE Creative Awards Scheme is opening again across the country this...
Posted by
SANE
11th Feb 2020
Hi everyone. I’m Paul and I have PTSD after an incident as a police officer – although my previous career as a soldier probably laid the groundwork for my insidious, of...
Posted by
SANE
28th Jan 2020
Work stress versus work depression It is important to note that feeling stressed, irritable, upset and/ or demoralised at work is very common. We all have days when everything seem...
Posted by
SANE
24th Jan 2020
Recognising depression in a loved one – part 2 Once your attention is drawn to some of the initial personality changes, you may gradually notice other behaviours starting to ...
Posted by
SANE
24th Jan 2020
Recognising depression in a loved one – part 1 There are certain patterns and tendencies that may help you to determine that something could potentially be amiss. In my perso...
Posted by
SANE
24th Jan 2020
Being tentatively notified by one of your male peers that there’s “something red” on your white shorts – only to discover that your first period has arrived during a class trip – i...
Posted by
jogreene
23rd Jan 2020
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