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  1. nutri

    if you think that Life is pointless?

    scientists & the media promote the idea that life is pointless, but it's false A variation on this view is the view that "I know what the point is, but I'm not 'good' enough to achieve it" This is also false. Ask yourself: Where did you get the idea that you know what the point is, or that...
  2. Kerome

    How can mindfulness help with mental healt

    I thought it might be a good idea to summarise how mindfulness can have a positive effect on ones mental health, by saying a few things about what it does, and then maybe opening up a space for other people to talk about how they have found it. 1. Mindfulness helps with awareness By spending...
  3. C


    Flintshire Advocacy Services North Wales 1 The Podium, Ambrose Lloyd Centre, New Street, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1NP 01352 759332 [email protected] The advocacy service is structurally independent from statutory organisations. The service is designed and operates in a way which is free...
  4. telekinesis

    can/does schizophrenia promote or incite paranormal activity?

    wasnt for sure of the right word to use i didnt really mean promote but kinda like make more easily to be able to deal with or see and observe paranormal activity. im sure theres a large list out there for the different kinds of occult or paranormal stuff that we have experienced. but i was...
  5. C

    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...
  6. C

    North West London

    Harrow The Bridge Christchurch Avenue Harrow Middlesex HA3 5BD Tel: 020 8427 8528 Email: [email protected] Monday to Friday 9.00 - 4.00 Hearing Voices Group runs every Thursday at 11.30 - 12.30 The Bridge Day Services provide a therapeutic programme that works in partnership with...
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    Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland LAMPdirect | Mental Health in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland 65 Regent Road Leicester LE1 6YF Tel: 0116 255 6286 Fax: 0116 247 1073 E-mail: [email protected] LAMP is an independent voluntary organisation working to promote good mental health...
  8. A

    For those that promote blanket Drugging

    It's all a lot better than having emotions though...
  9. BillFish

    For those that promote voice hearing

  10. W

    Hello Bristol

    Hiya, Have anxiety and depression, live with it, get suicidal feelings, but live on through that. JUst saying hi to other bristolians. I am involved with this, it might be of interest, but not here just to promote that! http://www.changesbristol.org.uk/ So introduce yourselves! What's...
  11. S

    High as a kite - but with good reason!!

    I've been rather hypomanic for a couple of weeks now - but today I have at least got good reason!! For the last four years I've been working on a novel inspired by my experiences with bipolar - and it's just been published in e-book format (another 6 months for the paperback I'm afraid) by...
  12. v01ce5

    Side-effects 'should be reported'

    A campaign has been launched to get members of the public to report any side-effects they experience after taking medicines. The Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Authority (MHRA) wants pharmacists to promote and make better use of the "Yellow Card" scheme. Source and full story: BBC...