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Hi Claire, I’m sorry to hear things have been so tough for you. Do you know about Elefriends? It’s a safe and supportive online community where you can meet and talk to people who have had similar experiences. You can find out more here: https://t.co/rIXsCUzIgx
Hi Claire, thanks for taking the time to respond. How are things at the moment? Simon at Time to Change
Brilliant! You can find all the info here and how to submit: https://t.co/HqEPIype4w Best wishes, Dom at TTC
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? Seeing the power your story has to start a conversation about mental health can be an incredible feeling.
Blog for us: https://t.co/pdrxcXX7SZ https://t.co/GSpbP7F5ct
"Like most people believe, depression isn't you sitting in a room, weighing up the pros and cons and deciding that being depressed is the BEST option."
exposes the true face of depression: https://t.co/M1sC6se0qm
Sorry to hear if that's been your experience? How are you now? Dom at TTC
Alastair Campbell has spoken openly about his experiences of mental health problems and through his writing and media appearances has done a huge amount to challenge stigma and change attitudes. Hope that helps. Best, Dom at TTC (3/3).
Before undertaking any work with a celebrity, or high profile individual, both charities think very carefully about their position and experience (2/3).
Hi Neill, Alastair Campbell is an ambassador for both Mind and Rethink Mental Illness, the two charities that run Time to Change, and as such has been a supporter of our campaign since we began (1/3).
"It’s clear more needs to be done from a younger age if we are to totally remove the stigma attached to mental health."
Nicola's experience as a mental health nurse: https://t.co/UunuFHQr2W https://t.co/GxlzxZ55mQ
Hi Chris, sorry I missed this before. It's up to you what you write about, but that example sounds like an interesting theme in terms of the stigma around mental health. Any topic is fine, as long as it relates to people's attitudes towards mental health!
Too many people feel they have to hide their mental health at work, for fear of judgement. David wants that to change. Read his story: https://t.co/JlaDcNnuND https://t.co/HdBciYDWEy
"People should be able to talk about their worries and anxieties and not feel ashamed or judged by others."
Elizabeth has post-traumatic stress disorder, but she finds it difficult to open up to friends and family about it. Her story: https://t.co/EB93BypHfU https://t.co/iINXXGEv1C
fan was struggling with his mental health, so the club's Chief Executive reached out to him. Small gestures can make a big difference - it's not hard to be in someone's corner. https://t.co/fGWusxMB0d
"At first I kept my depression to myself because I thought it was just a short-term problem that would soon be over. But it wasn't."
Ruth opens up about how it was hard for her to open up about depression. Her blog: https://t.co/qjMQia3cxd https://t.co/fZLGgRlT2s
Being there for a mate with a mental health problem isn't rocket science. 🚀
There are some things you need to be an expert for - talking about mental health isn't one of them. Get our tips: https://t.co/tepJYV73IP https://t.co/FrWXMQJdvG
“It’s not easy to admit that the worst time of your life was when your baby was born.” A powerful account of postpartum psychosis from @LauraDockrill
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