Tag Archive: depression

Never Again

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Vulnerability is the scariest word in any language. It strikes horror and fear into the strongest of hearts. Yet vulnerability is where the good stuff is at, or so we’re told. Love and… Continue reading

The Smile Never Reaches Her Eyes

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Plankton

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Liar

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Intelligent Girls

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Medicine

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Safe

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Taking a Trip Through This World

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On The Outside

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World Suicide Prevention Day

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On World Suicide Prevention Day, here are some telephone numbers that might be life saving for you or someone you know. Some helpful tips from Mind, a UK charity –

Excuse Me

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Out Of Reach

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A Puppet Of Pain

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Your Hidden Self

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To Feel Lost

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Making Sadness More Bearable

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Mind’s response to today’s front pages on the Germanwings plane crash | Mind, the mental health charity – help for mental health problems

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Mind’s response to today’s front pages on the Germanwings plane crash | Mind, the mental health charity – help for mental health problems (Click for further information) The terrible loss of life in the… Continue reading

An Indelible Tattoo: Self Injury Awareness Day

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Gone

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And so in then end it comes to this, The words I long lamented over To convey the way I feel End up being spoken into the emptiness That consumes me, Not heard… Continue reading

Haunted By Interior Ghosts

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Here, Emily Dickinson perfectly captures what it is to be trapped inside the screaming vortex one’s own depression. In the dark chamber of our mind, at once desolate yet teeming with ghouls, all… Continue reading

Forest of Knives: World Mental Health Day

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Here’s what depression is to me. It is a the loneliest place imaginable, one long shoreline of never-ending black water lapping at a beach of anaemic sand. Emptiness. Cold. So very cold that… Continue reading

PTSD: Other Problems

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For more information, visit Mind here

Tears on the Mirror

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Robin Williams RIP

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The tragic death of one of the world’s greatest ever comedians is a stark reminder that depression is a deadly, insidious cancer. That aura of sadness never left him. RIP Robin. You gave… Continue reading

Paper Cuts

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Because we always have days when little slights cut deeply and small people take pleasure in wiggling the blade. – Carly ~ click to enlarge~

Generalised Anxiety Disorder

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