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The end of 2014 gives me pause to think back on the key events of the last 12 months and how each has impacted on my mental health. * The single biggest incident was undoubtedly th...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
31st Dec 2014
I've been reading the moving piece by Ruby Wax as she succumbs to her latest bout of depression. Despite her lack of energy and faith in herself she still manages to write a moving...
Posted by
AliceRitaK
31st Dec 2014
So, for the 20th hour of my day, I am in the same room, looking at the same four walls and the same computer screen. The man who I want to spend the rest of my life with? Oh he is ...
Posted by
MissyParadox
30th Dec 2014
The wonderful Violet Fenn has shared a blog with us about her Bottom Line project, an amazing and thought-provoking idea. If you're inspired to donate, or to send her a picture of ...
Posted by
Leon Hubert
30th Dec 2014
It has been a family get together. We are having a roast leg of lamb. I feel happy everyday now. Raju Sinha...
Posted by
RAJU SINHA
25th Dec 2014
A beautiful blog penned by triber Moira about the strength and courage she has used this year when supporting herself and her family. We hope she has the simple and peaceful Christ...
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24th Dec 2014
It is quieter now, the storm has passed by There's no need to pretend or to silently cry Yet in the distance the Dog barks still There is no quick solution, no magic pill Somewhere...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
22nd Dec 2014
It is quieter now, the storm has passed by There's no need to pretend or to silently cry Yet in the distance the Dog barks still There is no quick solution, no magic pill Somewhere...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
22nd Dec 2014
I'm lucky, my first 18 christmas' were magical family times, when wonderful memories were made. then one to forget, before the next 11 I spent, usually working shifts, away from fa...
Posted by
beddie45
21st Dec 2014
Our friends RSCPP have written a blog on why talking about how you're feeling can be helpful for you and your mental health, especially during this time of year. We hope you find i...
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17th Dec 2014
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