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This poem accompanies this amazing art piece sent in by one of our supporters: http://www.sane.org.uk/resources/picture_gallery/2125/1   Paint us purple And behind the masks paint ...
Posted by
SANE
22nd Jan 2020
Myths and truths – part one Myth 1: It is obvious when people have depression. Truth: Many people with depression hide it very successfully, or at least they try their very h...
Posted by
SANE
22nd Jan 2020
How does it feel? A pervasive feeling of unhappiness coupled with a loss of interest in the things they used to love doing is fairly common to many sufferers. They may feel anxious...
Posted by
SANE
21st Jan 2020
How is depression different from feeling low? One of the most common misconceptions surrounding depression is that it is comparable to feeling a little sad or down. Many people who...
Posted by
SANE
20th Jan 2020
Disclaimer-------- What I am about to discuss is a very touchy subject and is very close to my heart, this is from my life experiences and if this is a sensitive subject, please st...
Posted by
honestchick
18th Jan 2020
This blog was written by counsellor, self-help author and SANE champion Lynn Crilly about her journey leading to the release of her newest book in the Hope series, 'Hope with Depre...
Posted by
SANE
13th Jan 2020
It is estimated that 1 in 4, if not more, people experience severe mental health problems in their lives ranging from psychosis to depression to acute anxiety. My question is why i...
Posted by
barry-curtis
11th Jan 2020
I have in the last couple of months been diagnosed with EUPD an possibly ADHD, im on medication for it. I have tried to find the most helpful information there is on EUPD. Unfortun...
Posted by
sprig
07th Jan 2020
Ok so as it’s coming up to Christmas and we all look back at our year, I can say I’ve had the best. You see I may well have spent a lot of time at the start of the year...
Posted by
SANE
07th Jan 2020
I was diagnosed with Bipolar in 2003 and sectioned for a month in a Mental Hospital which saved my life. Over the last 16 years I have suffered from 8 further psychotic episodes en...
Posted by
lrotherh
01st Jan 2020
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