Yashas's story: 'Why journalism is my answer to depression'
Yashas tells his story of how he went from surviving to thriving, through his burgeoning career in journalism.
Relationships, trust and bipolar
Claire tells her story of how a strong relationship has helped her cope with her bipolar.
Gillian's story: overcoming loneliness
Gillian was one of the 1 million older people for whom loneliness is a reality. But she's turned her life around with the help of the Mental Health Foundation.
Megan's story: 'Books are my treatment'
When she started experiencing anxiety, Megan's hobby of reading became ever more important. Here she tells us why.
Hope's story: 'It's well worth hanging in there'
Hope tells us her story of living with anorexia and how she got over her feelings of failure.
Depression isn't just feeling 'sad' all the time
Aaron shares his story about how his depression affects his everyday life.
Naomi and Zach's story
Naomi tells the inspirational story of herself and her young son Zach and how the Mental Health Foundation's Young Mums Together project helped her turn her life around.
How self-management changed my life
Marie Williams talks about how our Creating Connections self-management courses in Wales changed her life.
Baking up a smile
Baking blogger Britt Whyatt tells us how baking changed her life ahead of Tea & Talk 2016.
Can your mental health problem be your superpower?
Elli's anxiety is a part of her, so she wants to use it as her superpower.