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Beware the STIGMA monster my friends, For its horror knows no ends. Leader of all the stirrers, It schemes and lies as it emerges. Even through silence it shall deafen, Because it ...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
31st Oct 2014
Knowledge of mental health has begun to become more widespread in our society. And yet there remains a stigma, a sense that mental illness is somehow not as serious as physical ill...
Posted by
dirkgently1066
30th Oct 2014
Triber Joy Gravestock extols the benefits of music, and how her pursuit of it has helped her recover from an eating disorder and depression - and shaped her psychiatric career. Mus...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
30th Oct 2014
Triber Dalia has written a blog on her experiences inside a psychiatric hospital, and how her treatment and time there has helped her significantly. I had been feeling suicidal for...
Posted by
BlackDogTribe
29th Oct 2014
When I look back over the last 3-5 years I used to put a lot of a brave smile on trying to be the class clown at parties, allways the funny guy. The fat man with the horrible sense...
Posted by
pearhead3
27th Oct 2014
It is perfectly normal to be anxious. Being well and anxious,and worry. Do not let things get things get top of you. It may not be normal to be anxious, anxiety being cause of thin...
Posted by
RAJU SINHA
22nd Oct 2014
I think my daughter (14) finally understands I am not unhappy. After finding a little notebook of hers that I thought was empty and I was actually going to throw away, I flipped th...
Posted by
Daisy Duke
22nd Oct 2014
It is normal to feel depressed. One cannot feel happy all the time, I will give you an example, I felt really sad when I lost my job and I also felt really sad when my grandparents...
Posted by
RAJU SINHA
21st Oct 2014
Please don’t try to fix me, for today I need to cry; I know I need to fix myself, but today’s not the day to try. Just let me be and you will see that one day I’ll be fine; This da...
Posted by
eleanoroldham
21st Oct 2014
What is really happening beyond the corporate façade of being open to and understanding mental illness? How far have we actually come when it comes to our behaviour – in particular...
Posted by
Tinor007
21st Oct 2014
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