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What it’s like to live with Borderline Personality Disorder

Mental Health Awareness Week runs from the 13th to the 19th of May This year, the primary focus of Mental Health Awareness Week is Body Image – Mental Health Foundation have been sharing new research all week in their campaign for change, while Mind have ample online resources to help you on your way to

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Mental Health Week and Four New Courses!

Between March 25th – 27th, we are running a series of full and half-day open courses focused on specific mental health conditions. Supporting Clients with Personality Disorder Monday 25th March 2019 9:30am-4pm £99 + VAT per person The term personality disorder is used to refer to people with an extremely broad range of experiences, difficulties and behaviours.

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Health and Wellbeing Awareness Days 2019

Health and Wellbeing Awareness Days 2019 ☕️ Brew Monday….21st January ❌ Dry January…..All of January 🗣 Time to Talk…..Day 7th February 🍉 Nutrition and Hydration Week…..11th-17th March 🚭 No Smoking Day…..13th March 😴 World Sleep Day…..15th March   ☕️ Brew Monday….21st January Brew Monday, a campaign organised by mental health charity the Samaritans, encourages people

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Time to Talk: Why it's Time to Change the way we talk about Mental Health

Time to Talk, February 5th 2015 Living with a mental health condition can be hugely challenging, especially when it comes to the loneliness and isolation that stems from feeling unable to discuss our problems. But mental illnesses are increasingly common in modern society, with 1 in 4 of us experiencing some form of mental health

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10 Personality Disorders: a Breakdown

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THE TERM ‘PERSONALITY DISORDER‘ IS USED TO REFER TO PEOPLE WITH AN EXTREMELY BROAD RANGE OF EXPERIENCES, DIFFICULTIES AND BEHAVIOURS. MANY PEOPLE GIVEN THE SAME DIAGNOSIS WILL HAVE VERY DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES. IT IS ALSO COMMON FOR PEOPLE TO BE GIVEN A DIAGNOSIS OF MORE THAN ONE PERSONALITY DISORDER. Some symptoms are commonly recognised across the

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Depression: What it Really Means

Depression and anxiety are such common illnesses, and yet they remain conditions which we find difficult to openly discuss. Here, in honour of Depression Awareness Week 2014, Mari Ellis Dunning shares her experiences of living with depression. Mental Health is a difficult topic to address on a personal level. However, I feel it would be

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