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    Hello

    Hi, so I’ve just signed up because I am feeling pretty low at the moment, so I was hoping to just find somewhere to talk about how I feel and stuff. - female - 21 - live in the UK - love birds (and pretty much all animals☺️) - for the sake of anonymity, I’d like to just go by “Para Siempre” 😂
  2. cpuusage

    A national strategy - could it really happen?

    Alison Brabban National Clinical Advisor for Severe Mental Illness, NHS England A NATIONAL STRATEGY - COULD IT REALLY HAPPEN? Alison Brabban | ISPS UK 2017 The evidence for effectiveness of psychological therapies for people with psychosis is growing. But the evidence is that they are rarely...
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    Maps reveal schizophrenia 'hotspots' in England

    Maps have revealed "hotspots" of schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses in England, based on the amount of medication prescribed by GPs. The analysis by the University of East London showed North Kesteven, in Lincolnshire, had the highest rates. The lowest rate of schizophrenia...
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    Put a fork in me im done

    Winter sucks Someone said I might had SAD I think that I have cold wet grey old England disorder. how do you cope?
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    Don't know what to do

    I want to run away to save my own sanity. I live in the south of England. My problem is I have two adorable black cats that cannot be re-homed because they run as soon as someone knocks on the door. Have tried to re-home for 2 years. They are so quiet, sensitive and gentle. Have tried shelters...
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    While MPs debate a bill to reduce homelessness, one Tory councillor suggests a truly vile solution

    While MPs debate a bill to reduce homelessness, one Tory councillor suggests a truly vile solution While MPs debate a bill to reduce homelessness, one Tory councillor suggests a truly vile solution | The Canary "A Tory councillor in Bradford told a planning meeting that “tramps and drunks” in...
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    Moving(maybe)

    I may be moving in a few weeks. What I want to know is, would somebody on disability in England, need to make a fresh claim if they move to Wales?
  8. Mark_01

    Dude, England, Dude

    Went out for dinner tonight. The table next to me had younger 20-something guys, and they could not stop saying "dude." Does England have a "dude" problem, or is it just one of those shallow American things. Dude.
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    NHS England publish their Five Year Foraward implementation plan for Mental Health

    NHS England publish their Five Year Foraward implementation plan for Mental Health https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/fyfv-mh.pdf
  10. S

    Hi

    Hello i am a new member from England I joined this forum as in march i was diagnosed bipolar type one i am at the minute struggling like mad and feel so alone i am going too start a journal as i have being advised it may help me.
  11. LORD BURT

    The extra-ordinary gwen mcdonald case

    Psychologist Peter Ramster says he was able to hypnotically regress Gwen Mcdonald to more than eleven previous lives. One memory, of a life in Somerset England around 1770, was particularly vivid. Dr. Ramster asked Gwen...
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    People of no religion outnumber Christians in England and Wales – study

    People of no religion outnumber Christians in England and Wales – study The number of people who say they have no religion is rapidly escalating and significantly outweighs the Christian population in England and Wales, according to new analysis. The proportion of the population who identify...
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    Old Problems, New Solutions: Improving Acute Psychiatric Care for Adults in England

    Old Problems, New Solutions: Improving Acute Psychiatric Care for Adults in England caapc
  14. S

    Hey

    Hey all, I'm not sure I've got depression as such. I got home from work today and my wife told me she didn't love me anymore. I just need people to talk to which led me here. I go by Saf and I'm 28 from England. I don't really know what to say but I just wanted to place myself somewhere I can...
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    plenty pain no gain

    I haven't been on hear since 2013 when I was on 10mg Lexapro and 4mg a day Ativan, I moved on to SERTRALINE 50mg and 6 mg a day Ativan , yes the Ativan is a lot but I have taken it 40 for years and it still works to a degree. I had to move up to 100mg sertraline has it was pooping out after...
  16. R

    Need advice on lack of communication from LDR friend/romantic interest

    I live in the U.S. I've been emailing with a guy from Leeds England since May. We have been flirting but are mostly friends. We decided that when I make a trip to England in April 2016 that we would meet and hang out. If there ended up being more than friendship there then awesome but if we just...
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    Community mental health services 'getting worse' in some areas of England

    Community mental health services 'getting worse' in some areas of England Mental health services outside hospitals in England have shown “no notable improvement” and in some areas are getting worse, a survey of more than 13,000 people treated and cared for in the community has suggested...
  18. S

    Can someone help please? ?

    I've been a self harmer since i was 12 I'm now 26. When i get the 'urge' i normally harm myself badly. I am a very self destructive person, always have been. I found out yesterday that I'm pregnant. My first reaction (considering this is good news) was to harm myself. Seriously what the hell...
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    CCGs plan to cut proportion of spend on Mental Health

    Last week there was a story (from Labour) that many CCGs plan to cut the proportion of their budget they spend on Mental Health - despite the rhetoric from the government that there should be parity of esteem - so the proportion should be going up. Your can find the figures for each CCG...
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    We need to talk about bullying – as a nation

    England is among the world leaders in bullying. Today, the Children’s Society released its annual Good Childhood Report. In an international comparison of children’s happiness in 15 countries, the report found that England ranked bottom “for a number of aspects of children’s wellbeing, including...
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