“Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day.” John Grogan Perhaps as part of changes being introduced in the UK today – ‘Mental Health Awareness’ day by big companies across the UK – could be a relaxing and […]Read More Should employers be encouraged to allow dogs at some jobs or provide help with access to dog creches?
Hope Royal visitors will come back and see more unofficially – when more freedom to explore both the good and find people & organisations that would welcome your support. Brighton is vibrant seaside lady with colleges, shops, parks and green vibe but it is also a place people come for not good reasons and has […]Read More Sussex
‘People who can make out a conversation in a crowded pub are more likely to hear voices in their heads and suffer mental health problems like schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, a study suggests.’ report by Jeff Farrell of the Independent more Could it also be true they are more likely to be sea sick – […]Read More Good hearing could be a benefit of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder
Just by chance saw this newspaper headline yesterday – “An international team of scientists have confirmed the discovery of a major cause of dementia, with important implications for possible treatment and diagnosis”. more Professor Garth Cooper from The University of Manchester, who leads the Manchester team, says the build-up of urea in the brain to […]Read More Major cause of dementia discovered
Our BT telephone line went dead last night – now almost a day ago and we registered the Fault and told it will take minimum two days for someone to come out and look into the reason why we are disconnected. Not sure if leaving you two days without a service – is normal any […]Read More BT – Prejudice – is not ok
There is a link on this website with a downloadable document with stratagies. It talks about taking care of yourself, keeping busy, avoiding triggers, dont believe what the voices tell you, use selective listening, support networks and celebrate each time you take control. Remember -“Research shows 4-10% of people hear voices, the same number as […]Read More Coping Suggestions for Hearing Voices
“Medications are only a tool. Psychiatric medications are one tool among many other tools that you can use to recover. Physical exercise, eating well, avoiding alcohol and street drugs, love, solitude, art, nature, prayer, work, and a myriad of coping strategies are equally important to your recovery” “It takes a courageous human being to step […]Read More Learn to think differently about yourself