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Please take a look at the blogs below, and share yours with us; we can't wait to read them. Remember, if you're in need of support, our confidential services are always here.


 

Dear All, With the help from my family and with the help from my wif e, I do my normal everyday dities. I clean the house, I help with the shopping. Above all, I pay the bills. I k...
Posted by
RAJU SINHA
09th Nov 2014
After battling for treatment with the NHS for literally months myself and my family decided to go private. I am fortunate however that a therapist I know and trust from the NHS has...
Posted by
Daisy Duke
09th Nov 2014
Black Dog Tribe's longest-ever running intern, Laura, is sadly leaving SANE. This blog - a poignant and honest account of how depression has affected her career, relationships and ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
07th Nov 2014
Dear Colleagues, Keep healthy by getting up in the morning, brushing teeth. having a bath everyday. listening to digital radio. eating healthy no fish and chips. visiting gp on fre...
Posted by
RAJU SINHA
04th Nov 2014
Triber The Man Behind The Bandana blogs about the need to be alone with your thoughts and feelings when you have depression, and how such desires can be misconstrued as being "anti...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
04th Nov 2014
I've decided to blog my journey, which starts today and also post a photo of myself taken at that exact moment so I can see my progression and hopefully an improvement. The blog is...
Posted by
justagirlbroken
03rd Nov 2014
This morning I love you but later I will hate you. I can go from your fantasy to your worst nightmare in 0.1 seconds. When you meet me I am perfect whatever you need in a woman tha...
Posted by
Chloelou
02nd Nov 2014
Beware the STIGMA monster my friends, For its horror knows no ends. Leader of all the stirrers, It schemes and lies as it emerges. Even through silence it shall deafen, Because it ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
31st Oct 2014
Knowledge of mental health has begun to become more widespread in our society. And yet there remains a stigma, a sense that mental illness is somehow not as serious as physical ill...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
30th Oct 2014
Triber Joy Gravestock extols the benefits of music, and how her pursuit of it has helped her recover from an eating disorder and depression - and shaped her psychiatric career. Mus...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
30th Oct 2014
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