Watch out for harmful relationships On the whole, relationships are good for us and, for most of us, are central to living a good life, but that’s not true of all relationships. Sometimes relationships in our lives can be harmful – for example, when they are characterised by bullying or abuse. It’s important to remember that harmful relationships are not just limited to our romantic partnerships; a person can have a damaging relationship with a friend, co-worker or even a family member. Although domestic violence is more common among women, men can also experience it and can be exposed to the...
Supporting a partner with depression14 February 2018,
With advice from many of our supporters, we look at how best to support a partner who has a mental health problem such as depression.
Watch highlights of our ThriveLDN tour
See what we're doing as part of ThriveLDN - a project aimed at improving the health of Londoners, with the intention to take similar projects across the country.
Using mental health services during the economic crisis
We're working with the University of Southampton to evaluate the impact of the recent period of national economic insecurity on people with mental health problems in England.
How Derek Richter founded the Mental Health Foundation
We speak to Ted Reynolds and Robert Balazs, colleagues of our founder Derek Richter, about Derek's legacy and the impact he's still having today.
Northern Ireland political stalemate is exacerbating mental health crisis20 February 2018, Dr Iris Elliott
Iris Elliot says Northern Ireland's mental health crisis is getting worse, due to inaction stemming from the collapse of the devolved government 13 months ago.
Amy's story of Ednos: you don't have to be underweight or appear 'unhealthy' to be suffering
Amy battled with Ednos on and off for 9 years and is now recovering. She learnt you don't have to appear 'unhealthy' to be suffering with a eating disorder.