Travel is to be enjoyed, and not a destructive experience16 August 2016, Guest Blogger
Endurance adventurer Luke Tyburski talks about how he manages his depression when travelling and offers some top tips.
Tim's story: Conversations and coping with depression
Tim explains how conversations with people have helped him cope with his depression.
Gaining strength from relationships to talk about depression
Luke talks about the relationships in his life that helped him open about and cope with his depression.
Dalano's story of how connection saved his life
"People think the opposite of depression is happiness. I’ve come to believe the opposite of feeling depressed is feeling connected."
Jade's story: 'I could see no way out'
Jade experienced bullying at school, which led to depression, anxiety and wanting to end her life.
Savannah's story: "I wish I had known that talking to others about your problems makes you feel a lot better"
Savannah has lived with mental health problems from a young age. Here, she shares her powerful story.
Becca's story: "I have been on quite a journey"
Becca shares a powerful story about her experiences with mental health problems, including a lack of support from school.
For World Mental Health Day, Jack began sailing around the world...
Sailor Jack Chidley talks about his experience of mental health problems and his unusual way of marking World Mental Health Day 2015.
Julian's Story: "The stigma that still surrounds mental illness is remarkable"
There is still a great stigma that surrounds mental health problems. This can have a terrible impact on those experiencing mental illness. Here, Julian tells his story of how it has affected him.
Mental health statistics: the most common mental health problems
Mixed anxiety and depression is the most common mental health disorder in Britain.