One event that we didn’t comment on during the height of the initial Pandemic lockdown last spring was the fact that the annual BBC Children in Need (CiN) Telethon shifted from November back to 23rd April to join forces with … Read More
Toxic Shame and How to Overcome It
How To Be A Mental Health Advocate
Nancy Hogshead-Makar on Sexual Abuse in Olympics and College Sports
When Your Mental Illness Comes in Waves
Suicide Prevention Month
Some interesting “lunch and learn” programs you may want to consider.
We Can All Prevent Suicide
Male suicides at highest rate in two decades, official data shows | UK News
What Most People Don’t Know About Psychological Trauma
Sexual minorities and suicide prevention
Using Humor as a Coping Tool
Adam’s comment about his relationship with his mother is excellent. “My mum can always sense when I don’t feel myself. When I’m in a bad place she can see I’m acting differently, so she asks me how I am. It’s … Read More
This is pretty terrible.
“She has admitted that she is prepared to let her attacker go free because she fears going through the same ordeal in the witness box.
She said: “It was horrific to see what this poor woman was put through and, as a result, I’ll never report the man who raped me.
“I was attacked six weeks after that case and it’s because I saw that woman being ripped apart on the stand that I’ll never come forward.
“I couldn’t endure what that woman went through in court. I couldn’t face all the questions she was asked and the judgment that was placed on her.”
A charity by the name of Samaritans from the UK has put together a ton of resources, one of which caught my eye because it’s a question we hear quite often: What to do if you think someone isn’t OK … Read More