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Yesterday was my God-Daughters christening. It should have been a happy day. In many ways it was. In some ways it was one of the best days I've had. I had a best friend who not onl...
Posted by
xsharsx
04th Jul 2013
Where to go when succesfully driven everyone away... why be upset when isolation was the goal? What to post when everything seems wrong... what to do when plummeting... when words ...
Posted by
sprinkles
02nd Jul 2013
Sorry everyone - bowel talk! So I have now worked out that my bowel control problems are not necessarily a symptom of my Ulcerative Colitis, (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) and have n...
Posted by
MyAnxiety
22nd Jun 2013
Rhiannon's Story Rhiannon is part of SANE’s Fundraising Team, and is a first time runner: “When I was in primary school, my dad stopped going to work. I remember at the...
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19th Jun 2013
Julian's Story Julian recently ran the St Albans Half Marathon, and is now taking on the British 10K to support better mental health:  "I'm running with the SANE team to beat depre...
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18th Jun 2013
The Holdoms' Story Georgina, Jamie, Louise and Victoria are all supporting SANE and running for better mental health: “A close relation of ours suffered from mental illness l...
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18th Jun 2013
Just started teaching, having just recently qualified as a celta teacher. I am not used to a job that requires actually using my brain. Its really bringing out the old demons, and ...
Posted by
misskellyo
17th Jun 2013
Alison's Story Alison has been running for 10 years and this is the second time she’s taken on a running challenge for SANE: “My husband Brian was diagnosed with clinic...
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17th Jun 2013
The Diagnosis When a psychiatrist threw the Bipolar Bomb at me so many thoughts and questions invaded my fragile mind. Things such as ‘oh hell’, ‘what does bipolar even mean?’ and ...
Posted by
macca78
16th Jun 2013
I walk a Fine Line I have to do this right now... or it might not happen. I have so many things that fly through my head when the synapses are really firing - when I'm really excit...
Posted by
rambling_beauty
16th Jun 2013
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