“The cliché which you’re probably tired of hearing but which is so, so true and can save lives, is that you are not alone” Meggie Dennis (@_meggie_rose_) talks about the importance of reaching out.
“I’m singing in the shower again”- Lauren Aitchison talks about recovering from an abusive relationship.
“Worrying has always been my primary way of dealing with the world.”
Neil Hughes (@enhughesiasm) talks about his experiences of anxiety
“I would pretend to be dandy in the daytime while simultaneously being scared shitless about the night time because that’s when it would get me.”
Sarah Barnard (@sarahs_mindtank) talks about her experiences with depression
“I use my frustration and resentment towards my anxiety to acknowledge it for all it is, just chemistry.”
Clare O’Neill talks about how talking has helped her with anxiety
Black Dog, White Wolf – Phil McArthur (@pyrotyger) talks about cyclothymia
“There are people who will listen to what you have to say, there are friends and family you can visit”
Stephen Tovell (@MrStephenTovell) analyses his experiences with MH issues.
“We got this.”
Jennifer James talks about her own experiences, and how she managed to overcome her illness.
“Sometimes you just have to stay in bed, hiding under the covers and letting it pass and that is utterly fine. You’re doing the best you can.”
Jen Shore (@twopinkpeonies): A story of personal experiences with panic attacks and anxiety.
“I’m still here and I’m still fighting this. I must be doing something right”
Tom Shore (@M0by_duck) talks about depression.