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  1. bluekii

    A Photo A Day: Mental Well-being [Photo thread]

    Hello, I will be posting one photo every day to try to help encourage positive vibes, inspiration, recovery and mental well-being. They will be drawings, photographs, quotes etc. I hope you enjoy the photos I post, and find some sort of comfort from them. :)
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    What visuals make you feel better? Need your help :)

    Hi guys! I would really love your input for a design project I am doing. I'm designing pull up banners to use at mental health support group meetups and I really want to know what people would want to see on these- shapes, colours, illustration styles? Whatever it is, if it makes you feel...
  3. S

    do you have strategy to recovery from schizophrenia??

    two strategy developed in US first strategy I’M TUFR can be summerized into : · I need · Minimum medication · Talking therapies · Useful occupation · Family and friends support · Rest and relaxation Wellness Recovery Action Plan(wrap) [[[ Wellness Toolbox – A list of resources used to...
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    Hello Everyone! It's Nice to Meet You

    :) Hi everyone! My name is Sangha41 and I am new to this site. I wanted to say a quick hello and briefly introduce myself. I suffered from very severe major depressive disorder for a decade along with a pretty bad case of anxiety disorder to boot. Thanks to a combination of the right...
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    The police and cpn said they're concerned about my well-being will they section me?
  6. cpuusage

    5 Reasons Why You Should Stop Watching TV

    5 Reasons Why You Should Stop Watching TV | The Unbounded Spirit BY SOFO ARCHON When I was a child, I used to spend much of my time every day watching television. I would watch almost anything TV was presenting me with, as long as it was entertaining: reality shows, newscasts, movies, and so...
  7. valleygirl

    Daylight Saving Time

    Hi everyone! It's been awhile since I've been on the forum. I was having computer problems, and had to shell out $300 to get it fixed. Anyway...Daylight Saving Time. Did the UK switch to daylight saving time this weekend? How does the time change affect you? I wish we would just stay on...
  8. amathus

    What does 'good mental health', mean to you?

    The World Health Organisation says: 'Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.'
  9. R

    introducing myself!

    Hey! 23 years old college student here. I was diagnosed with bi polar 1 about a year ago and life has been a bit harder since then. Glad I found this site because support is very needed whenever we struggle with mental health and wellness.
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    I wish I could live somewhere decent

    Yesterday the top drawer of 3 draws in my kitchen collapsed, all I'd done was touch the bottom lightly with my fingers, all the contents (shopping receipts - I daren't put anything heavier than that in it) fell on to the floor; these 3 unusable drawers are the only drawers in the kitchen, the...
  11. Not_Crazy_Yet

    The Sanity Score

    Has anyone else taken this? I took it and got a 220. I'm pretty sure that's bad. The Sanity Score - Test Your Mental Wellness
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    Wasn't sure where to start, this seemed like a good place, as SH is large part of my MH well-being, so just thought I would introduce myself. My name is Andi, 38 NE UK. Been SH since 19, and been surviving MH since the same age. Finally getting my life back together in some form now and...
  13. E

    Emotional Connection

    Emotional connection with others is vital for well-being. It releases the "cuddle hormone" oxytocin and has a comforting effect. Sex and hugs are most commonly mentioned as the ways to get a shot of oxytocin. But there are also other ways to get an oxytocin boost. It turns out that we all need...
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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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    Lichfield Lichfield Changes Healthy & Wellbeing Centre The Pavilion Beacon Park Lichfield WS13 6QZ 01543 309 770 [email protected] Activities Advance Wellness 4 Week Course Anger Management 6 Week Course Adult Peer Support Group Coffee Morning - Social Time for Art Group /...
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    Wrexham County Borough

    Wrexham and surrounding areas Advance Brighter Futures Advance Brighter Futures Belmont House 3 Belmont Road Wrexham LL13 7PW  01978 364 777 [email protected] Vision: To ensure that no individual experiencing mental health problems ever feels like they are on their own. Mission: To work...
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    North London

    North London Pace 34 Hartham Road, London, N7 9JL Helpdesk: 020 7700 1323 Office: 020 7715 0385 [email protected] PACE is London's leading charity promoting the mental health and emotional well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. PACE also provides online...
  18. supergreysmoke

    The world's wellness obsession has gone too far

    The world's wellness obsession has gone too far - opinion - 30 January 2015 - New Scientist The world's wellness obsession has gone too far Being urged to optimise every aspect of our lives to improve well-being is sometimes counterproductive, say two organisation researchers Fitter, happier...
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    Learning.to Let Go

    Needing to learn how to rid myself of people that aren't good for me...I need people who are encouraging and accepting on my journey to wellness
  20. F

    Woodland walks and your ‘Elf

    Jan 15 2015 Fancy a stroll through the winter woodland wonderland? If you do, you’ll probably spot an elf or two down in the woods, taking a well earned break from critically appraising research papers. But could these woodland walks actually be improving our mental, emotional, and social...