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How does anyone cope with the loss of a child? For Sangeeta it has been by blogging. Read her and Saagar's story > [ Mind.org.uk Link ]
Carrie White
Heather Muir
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Mind
05/19/2017 at 11:37. Facebook
"Everything seemed to be going so well for Charlotte…but as right as things seemed to be going on the surface, it seemed she was still haunted by depression and struggling with her demons each day.”

After losing his daughter to depression, David decided to make her memory count by fundraising for Mind in an annual ladies rugby tournament.

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Christine Clough
Jackie Hooker
Maria Tonner
Mind
Mind
05/18/2017 at 14:16. Facebook
It's one of the hardest questions we get on our Infoline, and sadly one of the most common. "How do you make someone get help when they don't want it?" Unfortunately the answer isn't always what people want to hear.

Find out more about supporting someone to get help on our website [ Bit.ly Link ]

We also have informaiton on getting help in a crisis [ Bit.ly Link ] and on sectioning someone...
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Lyn Webb
Jason Gangan O'Neill
Jenny Eccles
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05/17/2017 at 09:48. Facebook
Help us call on the next Government to make sure anyone with a mental health problem who needs it can access financial support from the welfare system.

No one with mental health problems should have to fear having their benefits stopped when they’re not well enough to work.
We need change.

Make sure your voice is heard – read our questions for you to ask local candidates

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Gwen Olivia Doherty
Jay Wilcox
Mind
Mind
05/16/2017 at 09:23. Facebook
"Although at this point I'd definitely describe myself as ‘recovered’ from my eating disorder, I'll never have a normal relationship with food.

When I’m dealing with stuff in my personal life, my problems often flare up again. And at those times when I’m struggling I find work a hard place to be.

I’ve met a lot of people who want to help, but they find it really hard to understand...
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Beth Rees
Nick Fletcher
Mind
Mind
05/12/2017. Facebook
“I can’t help but feel like Mix will be with me when I jump from the plane, either laughing at my expense or cheering me on (probably both!).”

Jess is on a mission to raise as much money as she can in memory of her friend Mix, who took his own life last year. She’s blogged about why her upcoming skydive is so important to her >
I cant help but feel like Mix will be with me when

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Alex Davies
Nick Fletcher
Wendy Dunne
Mind
Mind
05/11/2017. Facebook
We hope you saw our Live Q&A this morning, if not, the video is still available in the post below.

This June 8th, we will get to have our say in the general election. Mental health is one of the biggest issues facing the next government, and we are campaigning to ensure that they keep their committments to ensure that everybody gets the support and respect they need.

In this post, Nikki, a...
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Julie Murray
Chancey Anakambi
Alison Fisher
Mind
Mind
05/11/2017. Facebook
We are joined by Aimee from our media team, Ayaz from campaigns and Sarah, a Mind volunteer for a Q&A on our Mind Manifesto for the General Election 2017 >

Send us your questions in the comments below, and we'll answer as many as we can.
Barbara Kirk
Naomi McBain
Rose Brown
Mind
Mind
05/10/2017. Facebook
If you’re a student, you probably don’t need to be told it’s exam season. It's a difficult time for anyone, the work seems endless and the stakes feel really high.

But if you have a mental health problem, you might need to take extra care of yourself. We've put together these tips to help you get through it.

If you're not a student why not share them? You never know who you're going to help >
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Jodie Joanne Kelly
Vicky Pipsqueak Read
Margaret James
Mind
Mind
05/08/2017. Facebook
It’s the start of Mental Health Awareness Week, and one month until the General Election.

Mental health is one of the biggest domestic issues facing the next government. More of us are speaking up about mental health and demanding change. As a nation, our expectations for better mental health are higher than ever and the next government must rise up to the challenge.

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Alex Davies
Jeff Heath
Alison Fisher
Mind
Mind
05/05/2017. Facebook
“At first, I had no idea what was going on. I tried to be supportive, and to talk practically about how to fix things but this just didn’t seem to help.”

When his wife Lucy started to experience anxiety, Evan didn’t know what questions to ask or how to help her. Luckily he had friends and family he could turn to for support. He is now committed to changing the dialogue around mental health...
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Nick Fletcher
Nick Fletcher
Jaimy Halliwell-Owen
Mind
Mind
05/04/2017. Facebook
We are thrilled to announce the release of The Wellbeing Journal, published by Michael O’Mara books. It is a beautifully hand illustrated book, including a range of simple exercises to help support your wellbeing.

We all have times when our mental wellbeing is low and we’re feeling stressed or upset. No matter the reason, it can be helpful to remember that you deserve to feel good and there...
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We are thrilled to announce the release of The Wellbeing Journal published

The Wellbeing Journal : Creative Activities to Inspire

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Madison Williams
Carrieanne Beeton
Oliver Moule
Mind
Mind
05/03/2017. Facebook
“Finally I could start to learn about my condition, focus on how to manage it and try and educate people so they could be more understanding”

In the latest edition of the Mind Membership Magazine, Mind Member, Jan McCarthy shares her experience of being diagnosed with bi-polar at 50 and how she’s determined to keep spreading awareness of mental health. Being a Mind member helps her get her...
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Finally I could start to learn about my condition focus on how

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Irene Dingwall
Samantha Pattimore
Nick Fletcher
Mind
Mind
05/02/2017. Facebook
On June 8th the UK goes to the polls to vote for the next government.

In the past few years, thanks to your support and commitment, we’ve made a real impact on government policy. You’ve campaigned with us for better crisis care, improved access to talking therapies, benefits that really support people living with mental health problems and an end to stigma and discrimination.

However,...
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Jay Wilcox
Clewlow Si
Mind
Mind
05/02/2017. Facebook
Join Louise and Katie from our Campaigns Team at Mind *LIVE* now as we launch our manifesto for better mental health, ready for General Election in June.
Graham Taylor
Laura-Jayne Lines
Lewis Cuddy
Mind
Mind
04/28/2017. Facebook
“In our community attitudes towards mental health are really old fashioned. We’re supposed to keep a “stiff upper lip” and not talk about how we’re feeling.”

After one of their members took his own life, Anna and the rest of the Young Farmers Club in Sarn, Mid-Wales, decided they had to do something. They came together to raise money for Mind in his memory and found a new way to talk about...
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In our community attitudes towards mental health are really old fashioned Were

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Nick Fletcher
Nick Fletcher
Mind
Mind
04/27/2017. Facebook
“In this line of work we are exposed to things which are so unnatural and we normalise that too, as if this is something that doesn’t bother us, for fear of sticking out or exposing a weakness. There seems to still be such a stigma engrained as regards to mental health in my opinion and the fear of being labelled is overwhelming. ”

Rhiannon works for the police service in Wales and has...
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Rachael Meredith
Nathan Till
Emma Jane Colson
Mind
Mind
04/26/2017. Facebook
Entries are now open for the 2017 Mind Media Awards, our annual event celebrating the most sensitive portrayals of mental health in the media. Last year's Awards were hosted by cricketing legend Andrew Flintoff MBE. Watch our highlights clip that includes a heart-felt acceptance speech from Professor Green. And if you've been blown away by a radio or tv programme, film, print article or online...
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Entries are now open for the 2017 Mind Media Awards our annual

Mind Media Awards 2016

The winners of the 2016 Mind Media Awards were announced on 14 November at London's Troxy Theatre, with host Andrew Flintoff. The Awards celebrate the best, ...

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Clare Inkster
Sue Lucas
Jules Lockett
Mind
Mind
04/24/2017. Facebook
Congratulations to all of our inspirational runners. A record-breaking 1,000 ran for Mind and for our local Minds, via Heads Together​, together they raised a phenomenal £1.2m.

Here is a selection of just some of the photos taken on the day.

Remember, you don’t have to run a marathon to support Mind. Check out these great ways to get active and help us be there for everybody who needs us

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Congratulations to all of our inspirational runners A recordbreaking 1000 ran for
Sarah Lou
Cynth Fegent
Claire Louise Waller
Mind
Mind
04/24/2017. Facebook
Congratulations to all of our inspirational runners. A record-breaking 1,000 ran for Mind and for our local Minds, via Heads Together, together they raised a phenomenal £1.2m.
Congratulations to all of our inspirational runners A recordbreaking 1000 ran for
Amanda Wild
Workplace Leeds
Emma Hartley