Mental health in school: Lucy's story
Lucy, who took part in our Peer Education Project to learn about mental health in school, shares her experiences of how the project helped her. Could you help us to provide lessons for more people like Lucy by donating to our Christmas Appeal?
Continuing the focus after Men's Mental Health Month29 November 2018, Chris O'Sullivan
Throughout November we focused on men's mental health. So what next? Chris O'Sullivan discusses our work in the area.
Jamie's story: the care system, depression, ADHD and me
Jamie lived over 20 years of his life within the Scottish care system, he experienced childhood depression, and was diagnosed with ADHD. Jamie shares why he feels love can be both powerful and detrimental to mental health.
Unmasking men and anger3 December 2018, Jade Yap
Anger is a universal human emotion that is often frequently misunderstood. Read this blog to find out about anger and depression, anger and men, how to promote positive anger expression, and why understanding anger is important to our mental health.
More than a million schoolchildren worry about family not having enough money4 December 2018,
Our survey found that a quarter of children aged 10-15 are worried or sad about their families not having enough money.
Londoners said6 December 2018
An analysis of the conversations we had with 1,000 Londoners to find out how we can better support them to be mentally healthy.
Music keeps me going
Halina talks about social anxiety, her recovery from suicide attempts, and how music is a release for her.
What did Londoners say about mental health?6 December 2018, Edward Davie
In partnership with Thrive LDN, we are launching the Londoners Said report. Which distills over 1,000 conversations about what would better support people in the capital to live happier, healthier lives; to improve their mental health. Read all about it in our blog.