It's International Women's Day, so we'd like to give a guest spot to another charity's campaign to support women's mental health. The following words are from Platform 51, talking about what they're doing and why...
To commemorate International Women’s Day on 8 March 2012, we have made a list of various celebrated women with a mental health history. None of them let what they lived with or what people thought get in the way of influencing the world around them.
Rethink Mental Illness associate director Jane Harris comments on a news report about psychiatric patients going missing from hospital.
We see flawed reporting in BBC News' piece about mentally ill people being victims of violence...and in more ways than one.
On the 6th of March I will be going to Westminister with all of my fellow activists to lobby my MP with the help of Rethink Mental Illness. These changes have wide ranging implications not only for me but for the people I love.
The Pink Paper reports about claims that bisexual people have the worst mental health problems - including higher rates of depression, anxiety, self-harm and suicide.
When my 89-year-old father died, in 2006, my life changed completely. He’d taken care of my older sister Barb, who had as yet undiagnosed schizophrenia, for over three decades. She had returned home at the age of 31, after living an independent, full and somewhat glamorous life.
Would you buy a mobile phone that knows when you're depressed?
Important things don’t always happen when you are looking for them. Last night’s vote by the House of Lords to enshrine in law the principle that mental and physical health must be treated equally within the NHS, may be one of them.
No referral was made last year after my wellbeing check, and it's been the same this year.