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Hi everyone. I’m Paul and I have PTSD after an incident as a police officer – although my previous career as a soldier probably laid the groundwork for my insidious, of...
Posted by
SANE
28th Jan 2020
Work stress versus work depression It is important to note that feeling stressed, irritable, upset and/ or demoralised at work is very common. We all have days when everything seem...
Posted by
SANE
24th Jan 2020
Recognising depression in a loved one – part 2 Once your attention is drawn to some of the initial personality changes, you may gradually notice other behaviours starting to ...
Posted by
SANE
24th Jan 2020
Recognising depression in a loved one – part 1 There are certain patterns and tendencies that may help you to determine that something could potentially be amiss. In my perso...
Posted by
SANE
24th Jan 2020
Being tentatively notified by one of your male peers that there’s “something red” on your white shorts – only to discover that your first period has arrived during a class trip – i...
Posted by
jogreene
23rd Jan 2020
Myths and truths – part two Myth 4:  The taboo over depression is well and truly broken these days. Truth: Make no mistake, huge strides have been made in the way depression ...
Posted by
SANE
23rd Jan 2020
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
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