The Age of Loneliness12 January 2016, Mark Rowland
Mark Rowland, the Mental Health Foundation’s new Director of Fundraising and Communications, writes about the importance of confronting the rising issue of loneliness in modern Britain.
Albert's story: Talking about friendships, relationships and mental illness
Albert is 55 years old. He has experienced severe depression and also has schizoaffective Disorder and a social phobia which he now manages through a combination of medical treatment and family support. There's a history of mental illness in my family although it wasn't known until after my mother's suicide in 1986. I have had two major bouts of depression , which began during a non-physical relationship with a woman at work. The relationship became too complicated and resulted in me walking out of work and having two months off with depression. Eight months after I returned to work, I...
The One-Stop Guide to Dementia8 December 2014,
This is a practical and compact guide with detailed information about what will make a difference in the lives of people with dementia and their carers.