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Time to Change
12/03/2016 at 10:03. Facebook
"They say "don't be shy, we won't bite" but for someone that has gone so many years constantly feeling anxious, it's not that easy to get over."

Check out Tashia's blog on her experience of depression and anxiety, and navigating other people's expectations about mental health: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Time to Change
yesterday at 16:22. Facebook
"I was living in fear while at work, even though I could work to a high standard. This behaviour needs to be challenged in all the workplaces."

Zoe blogs about mental health discrimination she experienced at work: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Time to Change
12/01/2016 at 15:10. Facebook
"The need to hide from the world, to sleep and basically never wake up, was something that resounded in my mind every day, and true to form I didn’t tell anyone.” Read this powerful blog about one girl's experience opening up about mental health. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Time to Change
11/30/2016 at 13:02. Facebook
"I don't want to be treated any differently to my colleagues. I just asked my manager to be mindful for a while until I feel better."

Andy shares his experience of poor support at his workplace for mental illness. This need to change: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Time to Change
11/29/2016 at 12:09. Facebook
"It was something we didn’t talk much about to people, something we felt we had to hide. I regret that now."

Thanks John for this moving blog post about your dad's depression: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Time to Change
11/28/2016 at 10:43. Facebook
"We need to get to a point where we stop looking at mental health problems in the way people generally do: they’re afraid to talk about it, they don’t know how to approach it and they don’t know how to speak to you about it."

Richard talks about the assumptions that his colleagues make about his bipolar disorder. He wishes people would think about the positives that come with the condition,...
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“It is similar to someone with a long-term physical health condition, who is managing a ‘normal’ life (whatever that is) but with the help of medication or other treatments to keep them there.”

Thanks Charlie for writing about managing your mental health problems, and the unhelpful assumptions others make: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"I've isolated myself for fear of people judging my anxiety"

Claudia's blog on living with anxiety and the importance of support and understanding from people around her: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"What you don’t know: for the last 10 months I have been struggling every day with depression and anxiety. Because it is something that you cannot physically see, it is often not taken as a serious issue."

Charlotte blogs about her experiences with mental health problems at university, and the support from her friends that means so much. [ Bit.ly Link ]
"My name is Janis and I have depression and anxiety. This doesn’t mean I’m a little blue, it means I want to curl into a ball and wait for the darkness to consume me every single waking moment of every day"

Thanks Janis for sharing your great blog on what it means to change the way people think and act about mental health: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"I hope to be able to be honest the next time I need to skip that trip to the pub because I'm feeling anxious. I hope it will be much less stressful to truthfully explain why I feel like I might need to sit this one out. I imagine having someone to talk to who will say the right things, just like you might offer a glass of water to someone with a headache."

Natasha is fed up of making excuses...
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"If we could just talk about what goes on, hopefully this would make people struggling more comfortable with just...telling people what is wrong so that they can get the support that they need."

This #InternationalMensDay, read Davy's story about his experiences of depression and suicidal thoughts, and find out how important support networks are. You can be the difference. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Today is International Men's Day. It's never been more important to change the way men think and act around mental health: for many, it's hard to talk about their feelings, and more young men die by suicide than any other cause.

The way you think and act around someone with a mental health problem can change their life. So, today, what will you do to make it easier for men to talk about...
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"Mental health problems aren't so simple. You try your very hardest to control the problems you've had in the past but there's always the possibility that they could return. You just hope that those you're surrounded by will stick by you and support you."

Lauren writes on our blog about the ways that mental illness has affected her relationships, and the uncertainty that comes with telling...
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"Just because people don’t understand what you’re going through doesn’t give them the right to question the sincerity of your thoughts and feelings."

For #antibullyingweek, Lewis writes about his experiences of bullying and anxiety, and the effects they've had on his life: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"When I was diagnosed with anxiety and depression, I couldn't accept it, I didn't believe it. I couldn't imagine what having depression was like because it doesn't happen to people like me.

Part of me even felt ashamed for feeling the way I did, but I couldn't find the switch to turn the light back on, I didn't even know were to start looking."

Thanks Danielle for sharing your great post on...
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"When people don't talk about mental health, when they brush it under the carpet, the result is people like me feeling isolated and alone."

Laura writes a blog today about her depression, anxiety and experiences of self harm. She wants people to know how much difference a supportive person can make: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"I know telling people would save a thousand questions and confusion. Some people would understand, help even; I know it's best to talk but it's the fear of those who will judge that stops me. I've told a few members of my family: some understood, some struggled but they all of them have tried to help in some way."

Jenny writes on our blog about the difficulties of living with anxiety and...
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"By meeting people with mental health issues I came to the realisation that just because I'm not experiencing it myself, doesn't mean it doesn't concern me. Anxiety, panic attacks, mental illnesses - in my opinion those are things we should all be aware of and educated about.

"Mental health concerns non-sufferers as well. It concerns us because by not understanding those issues we make life...
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Let's Talk: Mental Health

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"You feel like it's so hard for you to connect, but in reality it's a million times harder for them to gather the strength and face their demons and fears." – James blogs about the importance of supporting someone with anxiety and depression: [ Bit.ly Link ]