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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.


 

This is what anxiety feels like to me... I couldn't understand what the fuss was all about. The other glasses had warned me to be careful, to not take too much. But they were just ...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
15th May 2014
With anxiety and depression, and indeed all mental illnesses, come a wide variety of symptoms. But one symptom that I have personally found particularly unsettling is something cal...
Posted by
lizzie.coopersmith
15th May 2014
For #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, SANE supporter Sarah Myles discusses how she approaches the topic of mental health with her children and why she is so vigilant at teaching them emo...
Posted by
RSmith
15th May 2014
Ok, so after years of thinking about starting a blog, and even writing endless paragraphs that I would just deleted without ever posting, I did it! I finally posted my first blog! ...
Posted by
Curly Mind
14th May 2014
For #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, our media volunteer Laura Humphreys explains why she is so passionate about raising awareness of her mental ill-health. Speaking out about mental il...
Posted by
RSmith
14th May 2014
SANE supporter Sarah kindly shared her thoughts on Rachel Kelly's memoir Black Rainbow. Below you can read of her impressions on finishing: When I was asked to read and review a bo...
Posted by
Rhiannon
14th May 2014
I have to declare at the outset that it is going to be difficult for me to write an objective review of this book. Rachel Kelly comes from a world that I do not inhabit. I can't im...
Posted by
ngee
13th May 2014
It's the second day of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek and we're sharing SANE supporter Craig Michael Loftus' latest blog on his journey to mental health recovery. Once in the grip of c...
Posted by
RSmith
13th May 2014
To mark the start of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, SANE supporter Vicky Herbert has shared what it is like to live with anxiety. Here she explains how this mental illness has affecte...
Posted by
RSmith
13th May 2014
It can be hard to read when you’re depressed. In fact, it can be hard to do anything at all. The effects of the illness range from rank terror accompanied by strong physical ...
Posted by
RSmith
13th May 2014
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