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These are the wrods I have written since having Mental Health support from the NHS. Prior to this (iam am nearly 59) my thoughts and feelings have remained unspoken. I am beginning...
Posted by
basstubes
12th Oct 2014
So I'm really not very good at this stuff. But then again I suppose a depressive would say that wouldn't they? Either way, I'll try my best. My name is Pete. I'm on the right side ...
Posted by
Chalky
10th Oct 2014
ALZHEIMERS DISEASE daffodills,daffodills you are my only pills you stay upright you make me feel bright daffodills,daffodills you are my only pills you are colour yellow you make m...
Posted by
RAJU SINHA
10th Oct 2014
So here we go........ Finally, yes FINALLY, I have found the courage to take to my keyboard and do this. For the 10th October and Mental Health Day and, truth be told, a little bit...
Posted by
MartinClyde
08th Oct 2014
I don't know why I woke up sad today,a sort of a sudden onset deep depression; prfound and heavy. Went about my day, got the kids to school and tried to put a brave face on it, try...
Posted by
Judebristow
08th Oct 2014
Frozen has become the best selling animated feature of all time. The story of Anna and Elsa with the catchy songs, lovable characters and, well, princesses, capturing the hearts of...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
05th Oct 2014
Depression sufferer and triber Alexandra, who describes herself as a 'full-time basket case, part-time human', would like to introduce you to someone: her 'brain devil', Dick, who ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
03rd Oct 2014
Heartily Mindful has written a poem about how she has managed to overcome obstacles - and how she is here to support others who are struggling. "I would like to say most of all tha...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
02nd Oct 2014
Regular contributor Scott Delonnette writes on the busy yet fleeting nature of life, and how it's crucial to your well-being to stop and smell the roses once in a while - literally...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
30th Sep 2014
(Firstly I would like to mention I intend to cause no offence with this blog post.) I can't say that I have been truly affected by mental ill-health before. My great-grandmother su...
Posted by
jkhatmind
29th Sep 2014
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