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    I don't know!

    okay I'm bad in english, this may not be the right section From being interested in mathematics, informatics, physics, sci-fi, and stuffs around that, the formation of life and it's meaning is probably the question I spent the most time thinking about like everyone does at some point.. but I've...
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    PIP changes FAQ

    December 2017 PIP Change FAQs | Mind, the mental health charity - help for mental health problems
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    Does anyone know any helplines?

    Hi, I just had a terrible experience. If you have read my other posts (before I deleted them) you will understand more. All I wanted was to see if they had information on a diagnosis, and the woman at Mind Infoline was really rude to me telling me it wasnt a recognised condition and not...
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    I dont even know how i feel anymore.

    I try to think about how my mental health is and tbh it's like it is on the back burner. I cannot think about it all. I saw a counselor from a self harm charity and she was lovely although I mentioned some concerns that i think i have borderline personality disorder and I got the impression she...
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    Woman sets up charity to improve child bereavement services after husband's suicide

    Woman sets up charity to improve child bereavement services after husband's suicide http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mum-lost-baby-husband-within-8894471 Could post this in other threads but it seems most appropriate here.
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    PIP questionnaire

    PIP questionnaire | Mind, the mental health charity - help for mental health problems
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    mental health charities.

    Hi everyone. Things have been pretty good lately for my partner and i,, but anyway i have a thing to ask. I have a wonderful friend who works in a bank and every year all the bank of the same kind fund raise and put the money to charity. So this year he has approached me and has asked me what...
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    cant stop buying things

    I cant stop buying things, I have so many clothes I had to get another wardrobe. I buy from charity shops mainly but dont need so many clothes. Last year I had so many that I had to ask a family member to take it all to a charity. Not only am I constantly spending money It makes me feel really...
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    Mind charity. Are they helpful?

    Has anybody had any experience with mind charity? I want some help because I feel I have been let down by m services and I need some support.
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    Middle Class Solutions To Working Class Problems Is Why Charities Like MIND Keep Getting It So Wrong

    Middle Class Solutions To Working Class Problems Is Why Charities Like MIND Keep Getting It So Wrong https://johnnyvoid.wordpress.com/2015/02/13/middle-class-solutions-to-working-class-problems-is-why-charities-like-mind-keep-getting-it-so-wrong/ Iain Duncan Smith must be pissing himself. A...
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    I'm done. Finished

    I'm at the lowest point that I've ever been. I usually make an effort at christmas but this year I physically and mentally can't. I needed the people closest to me to help me out but they've gone. I gave all my money to my parents (£1500 ish) apart from £100 for myself. I also said to exclude...
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    Men account for 76% of suicides in 2014, says charity

    More than 40% of British men aged 18-45 have considered taking their own lives, according to research by a male suicide prevention charity. The study by the Campaign Against Living Miserably (Calm) found that a similar proportion of those who had had such thoughts had not discussed them with...
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    Rise in Mental Health Act detentions shows 'services struggling to cope'

    Rise in Mental Health Act detentions shows 'services struggling to cope' Mental health campaigners have expressed concern that detentions under the Mental Health Act have risen by almost 10% in England in the past year. A total of 25,117 patients were subject to the act – up 6.7% from 2014 –...
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    Mood Swings Charity

    Has anyone ever used this charity before? It's for people with enduring/chronic MH problems. I was referred by my GP and set up my first appointment today. They said they do 'goal-focused' work, which concerns me slightly...only because I have done a lot of 'goal-focused' work in a CBT setting...
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    neighbour collecting for charity

    what do i do if a neighbour asks for money for charity not give and get a reputation as a miser or explain why i don't give and get a reputation, sometimes i think of giving a couple of pounds but it'd add up, also some of these calllers you don't know if they're genuine, incidentally i've heard...
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    Hello!

    Hi, my name is Becky :) To start with a bit of background: my mum passed away from bowel cancer when I was 5 and 4/5 years later my dad got married to a woman T, who seemed lovely at first but made my life difficult for 3 years. After which they got divorced and my life improved massively. When...
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    Name change

    Hello there. I am new here and I really need to talk about my issue...which is really strange...I understand. Well my problem is that I have lived all my life (I am 32) with a very irritating thing...my parents called me one thing and christened another. So basically all my family and friends...
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    Doing something for charity

    Wasn't exactly sure where to start this thread. So, as I start and maintain my recovery starting today, I want to do something for charity. I would do something for mental health. I want to cycle across England and Scotland for charity. It doesn't matter how long it takes me but this would be...
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    Hertfordshire

    Hertfordshire Viewpoint 56 Bridge Road East Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire AL7 1JU 01707 328014 Viewpoint is a user involvement charity in Hertfordshire for people with mental health or drug and alcohol problems. It is essential that the people who use or who have used mental health...
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    East Riding of Yorkshire

    Kingston upon Hull Mental Health Action Group 33-34 Caroline Street Hull HU2 8DF 01482 585244 [email protected] Mental Health Action Group offers a peer advocacy service to people in the Hull and East Riding area. We aim to ensure your needs and wants are listened to, taken seriously and...
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