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Celebrate Doodle Day Doodle Day is September 22. When I was younger, I loved to Doodle. Most of the time I would Doodle when I had free time during school. I would doodle all kinds...
Posted by
SANE
27th Sep 2019
Today, for the first time in 10 months, I am overwhelmed by thoughts of suicide. So much has changed in my life, sold up everything I possessed, rehomed my beloved dogs and moved b...
Posted by
blackdog54
22nd Sep 2019
It’s been a while since I last blogged . Been having a low day today mental health has been a struggle been having high anxiety today and it’s creeping into a depressive state of m...
Posted by
bluewander11
20th Sep 2019
One of many the many things that can trigger my anxiety is other people. This was a revelation to discover and one piece of advice that comes up again and again to help this trigge...
Posted by
cwmd1
16th Sep 2019
World Suicide Prevention Day is September 10th. Suicide is not a fun topic to talk about, get educated about or ever write about, however if we do not talk about it, get educated a...
Posted by
SANE
13th Sep 2019
September 12 is International Day of Encouragement. Here are three suggestions to help encourage either yourself or someone you care about. Send them a note. This can either be thr...
Posted by
SANE
13th Sep 2019
Ever wondered what it’s like to be suicidal not receive any help when asking in desperation and then surviving an attempt. I have decided to write a post about my experience ...
Posted by
SANE
13th Sep 2019
When it comes to stress, we often think of it as a mental ailment, causing us to be irritable, panicky, overwhelmed and feeling unable to cope or out of our depth. According to CIP...
Posted by
SANE
12th Sep 2019
So how do I stop? Overthinking I mean. It is all very well passing on this "advice", but is it really advice? It actually is more of a statement. And to make a statement and nothin...
Posted by
cwmd1
09th Sep 2019
“The problem with verbal abuse is there is no evidence,” Marta shared. She came for help with a long-standing depression. “What do you mean lack of evidence?” I asked her. “When pe...
Posted by
hoangnguyen123
07th Sep 2019
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