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Since I have been dealing with agoraphobia myself and that I have been completely rid of it for a long time, I have decided to share with the world how I did it. I have written a 1...
Posted by
alex20
29th Apr 2020
My name is Taff. I am a dancer, SIA Operative and graduate in Hospitality Management. COVID19 has really changed the dynamics for me. As a result of it, I have not been able to wor...
Posted by
SANE
29th Apr 2020
April 2020: Mental illnesses are a strange beast. During the darkest throes of an episode, it is notoriously impossible to ever see a way out of the suppressing disdain. In contras...
Posted by
cjbx
22nd Apr 2020
so it started August the 14th 2019. Was pretty happy up until then, yes life was hard, having 2 young girls 3 and 6 at the time, also living with my mother in law, we got on so it ...
Posted by
varnxiii
07th Apr 2020
It is everywhere we look, social media, the news, leaflets and posters all over supermarkets. There is absolutely no hiding from it! And it can feel absolutely terrifying. This con...
Posted by
SANE
07th Apr 2020
Grieving is one of the hardest things that we as human beings are likely to go through. However, as hard as it is for us to grieve ourselves, sometimes it can be just as difficult ...
Posted by
caroll
30th Mar 2020
So I have come such a long way over the last 16 years when I was diagnosed in 2003 with Bipolar and to say it has been a rocky road is an understatement however I am here to tell t...
Posted by
lrotherh
17th Mar 2020
It is a tool created by the American psychologist Robert Plutchik that serves as a great help to identify which are the basic emotions that are paramount to our survival and the re...
Posted by
eduardovivo
09th Mar 2020
I don’t know what it is with my brain, but the minute it understands something, or it gets a reason that explains behaviour of something or someone, then I feel just a little...
Posted by
sirhugo
02nd Mar 2020
Say the right thing It can be really hard to know what to say to someone with an eating disorder. You do not want to ignore the illness, but sometimes you just do not know if you a...
Posted by
SANE
02nd Mar 2020
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