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    Mental health news this week

    Letter in the Sunday Mirror newspaper last Sunday; It is wholly unacceptable that despite promises from the Government to prioritise mental health, many services across the country are now facing significant cuts, leaving some of the most vulnerable people in society without the care and...
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    Mental health news this week

    Letter in the Sunday Mirror newspaper last Sunday; It is wholly unacceptable that despite promises from the Government to prioritise mental health, many services across the country are now facing significant cuts, leaving some of the most vulnerable people in society without the care and...
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    Mental health news this week

    August 2015 Mind Management newsletter - http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=abf17926c1bd9d1e758f48f56&id=83743dc8d7&e=bd175bab3f For more than five years, evidence has been mounting that children in Britain are worse off than those in other developed countries. Back in 2007, Unicef...
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    Mental health art competition

    Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership Trust has teamed up with 1in4 People to launch the competition with the theme Dignity and Tranquility. The competition is open to people of all ages and a series of workshops will be hosted around the district to enable people to experience the...
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    CoolTan Arts' Sponsored Walk 2015

    Join a fun guided walk to raise funds for arts and mental health. Each year in October CoolTan Arts Largactyl Shuffle hold a Sponsored Walk. This is our biggest public event of the year, and our biggest fundraiser; a chance for everyone to get together and support CoolTan. We'd like to invite...
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    Extreme fatigue

    I'm constantly tired, everything is a struggle, even simple things like cleaning my teeth, sometimes I have to concentrate on putting one foot in front of the other in order to walk; it's very frustrating - but just as frustrating is the fact that nobody understands, I have not had any benefit...
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    Mental health news this week

    A man arrested on suspicion of murdering his mother and sister on Merseyside has been detained under the Mental Health Act - Bootle double-murder suspect sectioned, police say - BBC News A besotted bank customer was detained under the Mental Health Act after bombarding a female employee with...
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    Mental health news this week

    Parkinson's Awareness Week (20 - 26 April) - Parkinson's UK - Parkinson's Awareness Week 2015 Stress at work is a major issue, if you want to see how big, see the statistics, but together we can successfully manage and prevent it. The Health and Safety Executive can help you prevent work...
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    Mental health news this week

    (The latest about the Germanwings crash is at the bottom since that is where the latest Trust info about it is) A mother cradling her three-year-old son lay down in front of a train after being told by her psychiatrist 'I can't help you', an inquest has heard. Donna Oettinger, 41, had been...
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    Mental health news this week

    A leading Birmingham psychologist has been found dead in a hotel room. The body of Dr Inigo Tolosa was discovered at the Hagley Road premises last Tuesday morning. Police are not treating the death as suspicious and the coroner has been informed. The 46-year-old was consultant psychologist and...
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    Mental health news this week

    A fantasist who slashed his wealthy friend repeatedly in the neck in a savage attack at the victim's luxury apartment is facing jail. Psychology graduate Darren Scott, 26, launched the frenzied knife attack after cooking up a plan to con money out of his rich pal. He stabbed his victim three...
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    UK Welfare Reform Deaths ~ Updated List ~ October 21st 2014

    UK Welfare Reform Deaths ~ Updated List ~ October 21st 2014 | Black Triangle Campaign
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    Mental health news this week

    Nick Clegg promises £120m boost for mental health care waiting time targets - Nick Clegg promises New book out - The Day My Brain Slipped Out My Head and Onto The Kitchen Floor. A Journey through Psychosis - See more at...
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    Autism- are we any closer to explaining the enigma

    The Psychologist - Volume 27 - Part 10 - (October 2014) - Autism - are we any closer to explaining the enigma?
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    Mental health news this week

    Having seen The Milky Way for the first time ever (whilst camping in Northumbria from Birmingham last weekend - I'm now back. (And I forgot about the Andromeda Galaxy whilst I was there - oh well next time. If you watch The Sky At Night on BBC 1 you'll know that the remote Northumbrian...
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    Epsom Mental Health Week 5th - 11th October

    5th - 11th october 2014 St Barnabas church Temple Road Epsom KT19 8HA Love Me Love My Mind www.epsommentalhealthweek.org.uk Its aim is to promote a better understanding of mental health and to support the wellbeing of everyone in the local comunity FREE entry to all A very well organised...
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    Mental health news this week

    (I'm off camping this weekend so no mental health TV show guide yet until I come back on Sunday - and perhaps not even then - I've taken a cursory glance at the TV listings for the next few days and nothing jumps out at me which won't be repeated at some point) AN "OBSESSED" Poundland worker...
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    What the History of Schizophrenia Can Teach Us About the Present

    Some of you should like this article, Mad In America, and Intervoice are both mentioned in the Article and that this year on October 10th Mental Health Awareness Day they are focusing on scitzophrenia awareness, good time to let your voices be heard. :nod1:NetworkWhat the History of...
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    Everything's sh*t

    I'm tired, I hate myself, what a shitty day fuckfuckfuck I'm so anxious I hurt myself, yesterday I cried the whole day, even went to see "If I Stay" to feel anyhow justified in crying, so I was drowning in tears because god it's so sad and so beautiful, but it got me feeling so much worse...
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    Mental health news this week

    A bit of a gruesome helping this week I'm afraid; The death of a teenager stabbed on her way to school could have been prevented if her killer had been given mental health treatment, a report has found. Christina Edkins, 16, was killed by Phillip Simelane, 23, on a rush-hour bus in Birmingham...