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Those of us who have cared for a someone with unpredictable and sometimes frightening symptoms, can also be affected by this very personal, ongoing trauma.
Techniques to use your breath to support your wellbeing.
Out Of The Blue, a fundraising body established in memory of Will Beckett plans to get people running, walking and donating.
On World Mental Health Day 2019 see Tash and Bex talking about Sibling Link on BBC South East Today.
“Our aim is to keep talking about mental illness, in order that the stigma surrounding mental illness disappears”
Josh Krichefski addressed mental health in the workplace, knowing that change should start at the top.
Ask the question “Are you thinking about suicide?” Ask them. Ask them directly. You could save their life. Here is a course that can help you have the courage to ask…
Thurs 21st Nov is Carers Rights Day. Sibling Link, plus many more, will be at The Carers Hub so you can find support available to YOU.
Jonny Benjamin is a passionate mental health campaigner, author and blogger; helping to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.
There are 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK – and in Brighton and Hove it is estimated that we have around 25,000 carers that are unsupported.
Writer and communicator Alastair Campbell has kindly allowed us to share ths story of his brother, Donald.
Donald was not ‘a schizophrenic’. He was a man who had schizophrenia. Big difference. He refused to let his life be defined by his illness. And he was a man who lived an amazing life despite it.