Archive | May, 2016

I have a love/hate relationship with my bed

@hippychick1987 , our Community Correspondent Ann Marie Sharpe shares her conflicted relationship with her bed With regards to my mental illness, I have a love/hate relationship with my bed. Due to my medication side effects, high anxiety levels and fatigue from bipolar depression, I spend a great deal of time in bed. When I am ill, I […]

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Mental wellbeing and journeys: what’s your story?

Life is a journey, or so they say. Probably more interestingly, it’s made up of lots of little journeys. So, our Community Correspondents have decided that the next Mind Waves theme is just that: journeys. We want to know about how that relates to your mental wellbeing. Here’s a few ideas to get you started, […]

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Bed, mental health and Pink Floyd

A post from our Community Correspondent Robert Terry Let me paraphrase: Everyday I can be anything I want, anyone I want to be and everyday is the first day of the perfect job, I dreamt of yesterday until that is. . . Covers pulled back I’m dressed my feet firmly on the floor and out […]

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A story in a poem: sign up for a free creative writing course in Glasgow for people with stories about migration

At Mind Waves, we know the power of a story. So, we were really interested to hear about a new project from Migrant Voice Network that will offer 18-30 year-olds the chance to learn skills and tell their story of migration and how it has affected their lives. A Story in a Poem will run […]

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