01:24, Thu 10 Oct
Thanks Everyone!
08:36, Thu 10 Oct
👍👍👍👍👍👍
DES
09:39, Thu 10 Oct
think its world mental health day today, so anyone who can do anything to help someone whose life is blighted..get on it!

KRO
09:51, Thu 10 Oct
DES
👍
Fat Buddha - 'Rab C Nesbitt. He's a contrary fecker, but invariably right. He has his finger on the motherfecking pulse.'
10:05, Thu 10 Oct
As a fellow sufferer of both mental health and the blues I can completely relate

If ever anyone is feeling a bit down and just needs an ear to talk to, more than happy to help in any way I can
DES
10:17, Thu 10 Oct
85Blue
As a fellow sufferer of both mental health and the blues I can completely relate

If ever anyone is feeling a bit down and just needs an ear to talk to, more than happy to help in any way I can
just read two things for sufferers both absolutely dead simple, dont isolate yourself and keep active!

KRO
JCL
10:26, Thu 10 Oct
DES
FREE copy of “Depression is a Liar” by Danny Baker on World Mental Health Day. Just input your first name and email, confirm your email and they’ll send it you as a PDF.

[www.thedepressionproject.com]
Everything in moderation, even moderation.
11:11, Thu 10 Oct
DES
DES
85Blue
As a fellow sufferer of both mental health and the blues I can completely relate

If ever anyone is feeling a bit down and just needs an ear to talk to, more than happy to help in any way I can
just read two things for sufferers both absolutely dead simple, dont isolate yourself and keep active!

KRO
if only it was that simple mate
Fat Buddha - 'Rab C Nesbitt. He's a contrary fecker, but invariably right. He has his finger on the motherfecking pulse.'
23:13, Thu 10 Oct
Rab C Nesbitt
DES
85Blue
As a fellow sufferer of both mental health and the blues I can completely relate

If ever anyone is feeling a bit down and just needs an ear to talk to, more than happy to help in any way I can
just read two things for sufferers both absolutely dead simple, dont isolate yourself and keep active!

KRO
if only it was that simple mate

I agree. Des offers ostensibly sensible advise but I suspect it’s not at all that easy for many with mental health issues. I think it’s more incumbent on the rest of us to look out for people who may be suffering. Spotting changes in behaviour or an increasingly withdrawn demeanour. Then taking a genuine interest in them, listening & offering support. Inviting them down to StAns?
That last bit might be a bit risky. Maybe just invite them out for a beer. Or a coffee.
DES
07:25, Fri 11 Oct
I had meant from the viewpoint of helping people, a neighbours young son suffers badly from depression, but eventually after much persuasion from his family and friends got into hockey through mencap, not only has he became a cracking player, but it’s helped him to get fit physically and his mentality is currently excellent.
In fact he has now represented England in an international hockey tournament.
This was a young man that wouldn’t even leave his room to wash dress or eat a few yrs back!
We all can do our bit to help!

Kro