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  • Published on: 23rd December 2019

    For lots of couples, Christmas doesn’t live up to the chocolate box image of joy, generosity and goodwill. Instead they experience stress, financial worries and pressure of expectations to make the big day perfect. If you can relate to…

  • Published on: 9th December 2019

    In the run up to Christmas we share with you some useful tips on how to look after your mental health during festive season.

  • Published on: 17th September 2019

    It is that time of year again where a lot of people will be returning to the same institution to continue with their studies, while others are going through a huge transition and starting the next stage of their journey through education.…

  • Published on: 12th August 2019

    Rolls were something I would previously cut open, line with butter and fill with an array of tasty meats. I bet a pound though you read the title of this blog you thought this would be about fatness and thinness. Well I hope as we read on…

  • Published on: 11th July 2019

    Attention everybody over 65, we want you! I really hope you got an image of the old war campaign poster with the man pointing his finger.

  • Published on: 12th April 2019

    Mothering Sunday can be a difficult time for mums who struggle with post-natal depression.

  • Published on: 3rd December 2018

    My experience of becoming a dad has been challenging to say the least and I hope to use it in this article as a conduit to start talking about male mental health.

  • Published on: 31st July 2018

    When the NHS was established in 1948, the services for mental health were for the most part provided by the Asylum services, which were established during the19th century. Many people without mental health problems were put into asylums.

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