Search

Blog

Blog


Each month we are encouraging our bloggers to write about a themed topic. The topic for October is 'WMHD'.

We advise before submitting your blog to save your entry on a Word document - in case any technical issues arise. If you are experiencing issues, please email your entry to fundraising@sane.org.uk.

You are also welcome to share your experiences on our Support Forum. Join/log in here.

Remember, if you're in need of support, our confidential services are always here.

Creative Expressions Guidelines

Triber Hazel has penned a beautiful personal poem of gratitude to her counsellor, which explains how having their support has helped her rediscover her inner strength and resourcef...
Posted by

19th Sep 2014
Triber 'Me: two point zero' reveals how exercise has changed her life by helping her overcome depression. Just over eleven weeks ago I laced on a pair of old trainers, clicked on m...
Posted by

18th Sep 2014
This week (the 20th to be exact) marks the one year anniversary of being made redundant from my job. It is difficult to know what to feel. Should I feel anything? It was just a job...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
18th Sep 2014
Triber Lucy Roberts speaks openly about the feeling of losing one's identity when living with a mental illness. The image on this post is trying to represent me. When I was diagnos...
Posted by

17th Sep 2014
As a male sufferer of mental illness, triber Ian shares his journey - what caused him to become depressed and what he has learned along the way. He is eager to debunk the myths sur...
Posted by

12th Sep 2014
I'm in a state of conflict, confusion, complexed and compelled to question the very fragments of my life. Given the scientific stance of an atom being the basic building block of a...
Posted by
Capz
12th Sep 2014
Three years ago, Andrew became extremely ill and was diagnosed with severe clinical depression and was admitted to a psychiatric hospital. Read the following blog by Andrew and Pol...
Posted by

11th Sep 2014
This is new to me. I've never been so open or hoe st. But I'm going to say it all. I am 31 years old. Since I can remember I have been a nervous person, i was that child at school ...
Posted by
CallieLucy
10th Sep 2014
All of a sudden a few years ago I sat up in bed and it suddenly dawned on me, my life is speeding by while I spend my days worrying about all sorts of stupid stuff! What the hell i...
Posted by
Funkie1
09th Sep 2014
One of our wonderful media volunteers recalls her initial depression diagnosis at the age of 19 and how, after 12 years of battling the illness, she has finally accepted it.  I was...
Posted by

08th Sep 2014
Prev
123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839404142434445464748495051525354555657585960616263646566676869707172737475767778798081828384858687888990919293949596979899100101102103104105106107108109110111112113114115116117118119120121122123124125126127128129
Next