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    How to control tics at some degree (from my personal experience)

    I am 18 now. I was diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome approximately 2,5 years ago. I have noticed that changing place where you are located now (for example, going outdoor if tics started at home) can help a lot. I don`t have already that tics outdoor. They disappear. Certain tics are associated...
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    Branching out - forest walks and outdoor activities in Scotland

    Branching Out - Forestry Commission Scotland 'Branching Out is an innovative development for adults who use mental health services in Scotland. For each client, the service consists of around three hours of activities per week in a woodland setting, over 12 weeks. Activities are adapted to...
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    Stuck.Hopeless.Unmotivated.

    Hey all, New to forum wanted to share my feelings and thoughts in hopes of gaining some insight. I have anxiety, panic attacks with random bouts of depression and my husband has some anxiety too. We met in a place with warmer temperatures and lots of things to do. We then moved somewhere much...
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    Questions for SAD sufferers.

    I'm currently doing a university project which concerns SAD, and alleviating some of the symptoms, I was wondering if anyone could answer some questions for me? I won't use anyone's name in my project or direct qoutes, it's just for my initial research and insights, any help would be greatly...