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Tackling the bear

What a DEPRESSING Catch 22

from Tackling the Bear

Twitter: @tacklingthebea

An anonymous account of what life is like living with Bipolar disorder - continually tackling 'The Bear'


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Beware of the angry ostrich

from No More Tears

Twitter: @mrsengland1

Getting it wrong and writing about it. Laughing in the face of adversity. Keeping two miniature humans alive. Trying to remember to pull my pants down to pee.


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Top Secret! New TV show

from Celebrity psychologist

Twitter: @psychden

I have been in Child Psychology for 20, and I help TV Production Companies work with children. Read about my opinions and exploits


Charlotte Haigh MacNeil

The real reason insomniacs can't sleep

from Charlotte Haigh MacNeil

Twitter: @chahamac

Health journalist, trained counsellor, born worrier. Trying to redirect my energy into writing short stories.


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Practicing Mindfulness Can Ease the Stress of Being a Mom

from Oh No! We've Got to Go Through It.

A blog about one mother's experiences of postnatal depression and how she tries to find a way through it.


@ the asylum

@ The Asylum: It doesn't matter

from @ The Asylum

Twitter: @norajeromes

My view on my own struggles with mental illness and how it affects those around me and the impact society's perception of mental illness has on sufferers.


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Eat Clean and Love Yourself Lean!

from Wellbeing and me

Health and wellbeing blog focusing on living well, inspiration and motivation.


The Melancholic Mummy

Liebster Award

from The Melancholic Mummy

Twitter: @MelancholicMum

Day to day life living with a toddler, a baby and depression


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Simply someone

from Smiling and Sparkling

Twitter: @lauindaisla

This blog is about a journey through mummyhood focusing on the writer's battle with PND and the stigma and isolation that surrounded it.


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Suicide

from Sally Brampton

Twitter: @SallyBrampton

Novelist and agony aunt Sally offers a revealing look at depression.