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We are delighted to shared information about the new podcast from our friends at Glasgow Disability Alliance Glasgow Disability Alliance is a disabled people’s organisation with over 5000 members. We ran a Mind Waves podcasting workshop with them in summer 2019 and they’ve now launched their own podcast. The first episode comes from their LQBTQI+ […]
An update from our friends at Clutter Chat! Sunny day for podcast recording Oct 2019 Last year we were delighted to feature Glasgow based peer support group Clutter Chat on our podcast. Their founder, Zem Moffat and group members Grant, Barbara and Fiona shared valuable insights and advice for those affected by clutter, or those […]
A beautiful and insightful new post by guest blogger Helen. “We all need somebody to lean on”. That’s a line from a song by Bill Withers, first released during the year of my birth, 1972. But what happens if we live alone, or are isolated from friends and family for prolonged periods, as has been […]
If you follow Mind Waves, you’ll already know that we are big fans of COPE Scotland! They work with hope, boundless energy and a belief that people know what they need to thrive in their own lives (and can do so with the right tools and support!). As well as supporting local people’s mental health […]
Our Community Correspondent Angela has been documenting her experience of mental health in lockdown through her Lockdown video diaries. For #NationalWritingDay she continues sharing her journey with this humorous and heartfelt piece of spoken word poetry.
‘I Hear You’ is a new project from Scottish Refugee Council highlighting the conversations that happen between clients and caseworkers. This video shares touching insights into the hopes, fears and stories of refugees and those seeking asylum here in Scotland. It is fantastic to hear people sharing conversations, including Elaine C Smith, Katie Leung and […]
How are you? It’s a question we rarely answer honestly. To promote Loneliness Awareness Week we’ve been inspired by our Community Correspondent Angela McCrimmon. She has already been documenting her experience of mental health in lockdown through spoken word poetry. This week she shares a powerful and relatable vlog, tackling an important question – how […]
Mind Waves Community Correspondent Maureen was key in organising our creative writing for mental wellbeing workshop last month. Not only did she help plan and deliver the session, she also wrote this amazing poem inspired by the writing prompts on the day! I love to walk in the rain because no one can see my […]
Some of our fantastic Community Correspondents recently ran an online creative writing workshop. We shared some fun, relaxed exercises to get you started with expressing yourself and your ideas through writing. Don’t worry if you couldn’t make it on the day – we have some activities and prompts to get you started!
A big thanks to today’s guest blogger Imogen. We’re delighted to share her encouraging, insightful story about how lockdown has helped her to manage anxiety. Quite early into lockdown I realised I felt a bit strange. It took me a while to work out that what I didn’t feel was panic. Over the last couple […]