Mood Disorders

Published 20-04-2019

Nathan's Story

I am not alone in my struggle with mental health, and neither are you. Never forget that.

Published 20-04-2019

Ellen's Story

I'm doing so much better and I'm grateful for my new support network.

Published 20-04-2019

Libby's Story

But as much as i struggle one thing uni has taught me, is that being 'normal' doesn't exist and that regardless of what my inner voice tells me, i can be loved for exactly who i am.

Published 20-04-2019

Chloe's Story

I urge anyone who feels a similar way to persevere to seek help and talk about these feelings because everything will be okay in the end; if it is not okay, then it is not the end.

Published 20-04-2019

Henry's Story

I wanted to write about this because I know there is this stigma with men not talking out about their issues and to show the importance of getting help, however hard it may be, it may save your life.

Published 20-04-2019

Annie's Story

As alone as I feel sometimes, I know I have people around me who understand, and that is one of the main things keeping me going.

Published 20-04-2019

Alex's Story

All told I know that now I have time, sorting my life out will be no easy thing. I know that I will need months, if not years of counselling. It will take time to redevelop healthy habits.

Published 20-04-2019

Alannah's Story

It’s been an exhausting battle, but for once, I think I’m winning.

Published 20-04-2019

Bex's Story

 Learning to be selfish is the most important thing my mum taught me, ask for what you need and say no to things when you can’t do them.

Published 20-04-2019

Salomé's Story

It takes time, and still to this day, I sometimes feel like it would be easier if I wasn't a part of it.

But I also know that I am worthy. I am not weak. I am just human and that's okay.

Published 20-04-2019

Eleanor's Story

It has taken a long time, but I am still growing, learning how to deal with my situation and becoming better at being me.

Published 20-04-2019

Anon's Story

I’m writing this story so that others can see that no matter how scary it is to tell people what’s going on, the people who care about you will support you and help you through tough times.

Published 20-04-2019

Natalie's Story

I am me and if my life is shit, I’m sure as hell going to try to make sure no one else experiences feeling alone the way I have done for so much of my adult life. Cliché but be the change you want to see in the world. I’m giving it a go.

Published 20-04-2019

Kat's Story

Acts of kindness should not only be done to the people around you but never forget to also act them on yourself.

Published 20-04-2019

Alex's Story

My life is no longer completely flooded by depression, it is simply a small part of me that I’ve learned to accept and can still be happy alongside. It is definitely not something I am ashamed of anymore, as no one should be, and I no longer feel the need to pretend.

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