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1 in 10 people weren’t told their rights when detained under the Mental Health Act. Do you know what your rights are? Share your views on the Act, and help the Mental Health Alliance to reform it.

Survey on the Mental Health Act

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Rethink Mental Illness
12/02/2016 at 09:59. Facebook
This article outlines four ways in which using Facebook can lead to depression.

How do you manage your wellbeing whilst using social media?

These Four Facebook Habits Could Lead To Depression

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Rethink Mental Illness
12/01/2016 at 20:35. Facebook
Divorce Lawyer, Marilyn Stowe Family Law & Divorce Blog, talks to us about the importance of mental health care during a divorce.

Divorce and Mental Health - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Rethink Mental Illness
12/01/2016 at 17:17. Facebook
We spoke to divorce lawyer, Marilyn Stowe Family Law & Divorce Blog about her experience of supporting clients and their mental health.

Divorce and Mental Health - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Rethink Mental Illness
11/30/2016 at 16:08. Facebook
Wisdom-powered taxi offers 'The knowledge' for knowledge' - free rides in exchange for the gift of wise words.

Check out this film as part of Remember A Charity​'s mission to help people think about the joy of passing things on and the importance of gifts in Wills.

Do you have any words of wisdom to share?

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Rethink Mental Illness
11/30/2016 at 11:46. Facebook
Curious to know what it's like to race cars? Cam Walton Racing talks to us about racing and his mental health.

How racing cars helped my mental health. - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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Rethink Mental Illness
11/29/2016 at 17:13. Facebook
This #GivingTuesday we decided to do something a little different. We wanted to give back, so we called our supporters to let them know how amazing they are!

We couldn't call everyone, so 'Thank you!' again for supporting all of our work.
Rethink Mental Illness
11/28/2016 at 17:12. Facebook
Are you looking to join a support group, or want to know how to get involved with us? Abbie from our Participation's team writes her very first blog to keep you updated on their work!

Introducing: The Participation's Team - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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11/28/2016 at 15:14. Facebook
Our Director of External Affairs, Brian Dow, writes a piece on The Huffington Post about how we make The Mental Health Act better and fairer.

How Do We Make The Mental Health Act Better And Fairer? | The Huffington Post

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Mark Bowery has taken on the challenge of running 5km a day to raise money. His journey hasn't been the easiest, but with pure dedication and passion the end is finally in sight!

Click below to read his story and find out how you can support him.

5km a day: 300 days done - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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1 in 100 people experience schizophrenia but many face severe discrimination. So we’re delighted that the film we made for Schizophrenia Awareness Week 2015 has been nominated for a charity film award! Watch here: [ Youtube.com Link ]

Please support our work to challenge attitudes and change lives by casting a vote! - click the link below.

The Charity Film Awards | The Charity Film Awards

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"It's like meeting family" - Tony.

Every year over 150 of our members come together to share their experiences, to meet new people and help us shape the year ahead. Watch this short video about the day and maybe join us next year!!!

Rethink National Members Day 2016 Highlights

On Saturday 12th of November over a hundred of our members got together in Birmingham for our new-look National Members Day... a day packed with fascinating ...

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The Mental Health Foundation created a brilliant video which demonstrates how easy it is for us to say, "I’m fine" even when we’re not.

What advice do you have for talking to a friend who always says, "I’m fine", even though you know they're not?

Poignant Video Reveals What We Really Mean When We Say 'I'm Fine'

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Yesterday the government launched a consultation into funding for supported housing, containing proposals to cap Housing Benefit for service users.

1 in 5 people affected by severe mental illness live in supported housing. We believe that the Government needs to protect supported housing for people with mental illness.

Sign and share our petition if you agree!

Place to call home - Schizophrenia Awareness Week 2016

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We have recently started a book club with Holly Bourne, where we bring together authors, people with lived experience and bloggers!

Barry is a club member with lived experience of OCD. Below he talks about his experience of the day and why he started his own blog.

Book Club Review: Am I Normal Yet? - Rethink Mental Illness, the mental health charity

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2000 people have shared their views on the Mental Health Act, have you? Click the link below. #MHASurvey

Survey on the Mental Health Act

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"Every former health secretary from the past 20 years has voiced "alarm and dismay" at the government's failure to improve mental health services."

Nine ex-health secretaries 'dismayed' at mental health services - BBC News

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Below is a very interesting article on the stigma around Personality Disorders and dual diagnosis.

What ways do you think we can help eradicate stigma of personality disorders and improve services to deal with dual diagnosis?

Personality disorder: Woman's 'suffocating' illness - BBC News

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"I’ve been through tough times in my life, experiencing bullying, racism & islamaphobia at school... coping with severe anxiety and depression whilst growing up. These experiences are a driving force behind my work, and I hope it encourages others to not feel deterred by set backs in their lives."

- Read this special blog by Tamanna Miah, winner of our 2017 Janey Antoniou Award.

Keep Going, Don't Give Up: The Importance Of Campaigning On Mental Health Issues

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For many of our followers a glass of wine or a beer at the end of the day can help them unwind and get ready for bed... but studies show that too much can have a negative effect on mental wellbeing and can cause problems with medication. As part of Alcohol Awareness Week we'd like to hear your experiences and what advice you would give to others about getting the balance right.