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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.


 

Christmas time is here again, So ends a year of hope, a year of pain. I returned to work, moved on at last, Learned to forgive and forget my past. I achieved a dream, which still f...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
11th Dec 2014
Triber Moira Read has had a difficult time lately, and writes her blog as a therapeutic exercise. She is slowly reaching out for support and allowing time to practice self-care. Go...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
11th Dec 2014
As a parent, you’re always conscious, I think, of trying not to live life through your children. The implication of such ‘living vicariously’ is that you are trying to live the lif...
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Life in a Bind - BPD and Me
11th Dec 2014
One of the hardest things about being a parent with BPD, is dealing with the toddler. Not just the cute three-foot high one wreaking havoc in your house, but the inner toddler who ...
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Life in a Bind - BPD and Me
11th Dec 2014
As with every book, I believe there is a time for every post. And given the day I have had looking after my children on my own, while my husband is away, today is definitely the da...
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Life in a Bind - BPD and Me
11th Dec 2014
Triber Helen has written a poem about the strength and hope she gets from the love and support of her partner, friends and family. She said: "It was nice to share it with them so t...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
10th Dec 2014
A fantastic post by triber RWTG who describes how music has tied aptly with his experience of mental illness. More blogs from RWTG can be found on their website! "I’ve been r...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
09th Dec 2014
When Andrew Fusek Peters and Polly Peters first began work on their children’s picture book The Colour Thief (published Wayland. Illustrated Karin Littlwood), there was somet...
Posted by
ngee
08th Dec 2014
Normally my depression is manageable but not at this moment. I am always tired and even put on allot of weight, which makes me even more depressed. Its really hard at the moment to...
Posted by
sweetdarkness
08th Dec 2014
Ok, so after 15 turbulent years I'm now fairly stable - that is, my medication has been rejigged enough to enable me to work and function normally most of the time. So I'm better r...
Posted by
fluffydog
07th Dec 2014
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