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Depression

My Battle

My Battle

By Kim Kitts This is my own personal depression & Anxiety story. I know not everyone’s is the same and I want you to know it does get…

So, what now?

So, what now?

By Sara-Jane Morphew I relied heavily on my mum and husband in those first few days (read the first part here). Mum would come in the morning to get…

Bond with my Daughter after PND

Bond with my Daughter after PND

By Jade Burdett My bond with my Daughter after suffering with PND is the strongest and most powerful bond I’ve ever had. She needs me but I need…

Faking It

Faking It

By Tom Wavre “I’m not faking being sick, I’m faking being well.” I sometimes wonder if this misconception is one of the biggest barriers to defeating the…

The Day I Snapped

The Day I Snapped

By Sara-Jane Morphew On Monday 5th September 2016 I snapped. That is the only, and best way, I can describe it. At the time I thought I was losing…

Accepting Depression

Accepting Depression

By Anonymous I decided to go to the doctor when I got home and cried. I cried through a shower. I cried through making dinner. I cried for another 2…

What happened when I switched Meds

What happened when I switched Meds

Recently my doctor switched my medication for depression and anxiety from citalopram to duloxetine. My gut feel had always been that the citalopram was not really impacting my mood or…

A Mothers Love

A Mothers Love

By Rachel Edgecombe “That wasn’t just piss, was it?” In one thoroughly un-ladylike statement, it had begun. The imminent approach of motherhood. We all knew full well that…

What I like about having anxiety and depression

What I like about having anxiety and depression

By Chloe Shadbolt Do I wish that I never had anxiety and depression? Short and simple answer – no. Anxiety and depression certainly hasn’t made my life any easier. There…

3 things I wish I had known when I was diagnosed with depression

3 things I wish I had known when I was diagnosed with depression

By Kirsty Frampton 1. It really is going to be okay Quite arguably the most important one. No matter who tells you it’s going to be okay, no matter…