This week on the blog, we’re happy to be sharing a wonderful poem written by Angela, one of our Community Correspondents, on the theme of resilience. Her piece is shared below. You say “You’re so resilient” but I wish that you could see, My “resilience” is a symptom of my PTSD, Each time I fall, […]
Archive | October, 2021
Mind Waves interviews Anny Tahaney of FAUNA on music, mental health and supporting your local scene.
Mind Waves sat down for a coffee and a chat with Anny Tahaney, front-woman and songwriter for Glasgow band FAUNA, to talk mental health and music, and supporting your local music scene post pandemic. Our interview is transcribed below. MW: First off, how does being making music and being in a band intersect with your […]
Ten years of making waves – ‘It takes a village’
This week, to round off our reflections on ten years of Mind Waves, we have one of our community correspondents Laura, who shared some words and photos with us about her experience with Mind Waves over the years. Her words and pictures are below. Something that I keep hearing is it takes a village to […]
Scottish Recovery Network opens booking for two online events!
Hi everybody! Coming to you this week to draw your attention to two online discussion events that are being held by the Scottish Recovery Network. The Scottish Recovery Network is a valued partner of Mind Waves that seek to build a mental health system powered by lived experience and work towards making Scotland a place […]
Ten years of making waves – How Mind Waves helped me realise my passion for writing
This week we are continuing to reminisce and reflect on the impact of Mind Waves over the past decade. We have a post from one of our fabulous community correspondents, Anne-Marie, her words are below. When I first started writing for MindWaves almost 7 years ago, I had very little writing experience. I’d only recently […]