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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.


 

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
Triber Mel has shared with us the encouraging letter she wrote to herself about the changes she needs to make in order to benefit her future self. I recently began to look through ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
29th Sep 2014
It's been a while since I've written on here. I've been processing, reminiscing, grieving so many moments in my life, I am 57. There have been varying emotions in that time, joy, a...
Posted by
AliceRitaK
27th Sep 2014
Triber Francesca has written a very thoughtful post on how people do not choose to be depressed. “Just remember that I love you.” That was what my 11-year-old son said ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
26th Sep 2014
Triber Miranda muses on the white lies we tell to disguise our mental illness - from 'The dog ate my homework' to 'My car wouldn't start' - and, once freed from them, how powerful ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
25th Sep 2014
Triber @TheGirlWaits has started seeing a counsellor to help her with her depression and anxiety. Read her story and show your support in the comments below. I’ve started see...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
24th Sep 2014
When is something going to improve? Why do we have to wait so long for help when we are in desperate need. I know there are many people in the same boat but do we not matter to soc...
Posted by
Daisy Duke
23rd Sep 2014
*Trigger warning* Tribe member Lucy shares with us her experience of starting cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and how it felt to open up candidly and completely to another per...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
23rd Sep 2014
Award-winning illustrator Karin Littlewood explains how she felt when she first read this 'seemingly simple yet powerful story' and what her first instincts allowed her to draw. If...
Posted by
ngee
23rd Sep 2014
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