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Article Taken directly from Centre for Mental Health www.centreformentalhealth.org.uk The next UK Government should make mental health a priority and focus on tackling some of the biggest inequalities in our society, Centre for Mental Health chief executive Sarah Hughes said today. Launching the Centre’s briefing on Priorities for the next Parliament, Sarah Hughes said: “The…

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Source – The South African College of Applied Psychology. www.sacap.edu.za “All it takes is a beautiful fake smile to hide an injured soul and they will never notice how broken you really are.” – Robin Williams If anyone knew how to disguise their inner pain it was comedic genius Robin Williams, who, in August 2014,…

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We must highlight the fact that this is a guide and the Foundation appreciates that everyone is different. We welcome alternatives so please get in touch via contact us. People will often accept the amount of stress they are feeling, and that it’s just a function of every day life. Although, when anxiety and stressful…

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Source http://www.101alternativehealing.com   People don’t set out to become depressed. Having said that, just because we want something doesn’t necessarily mean we actually can have it. Like many important things, conquering depression takes a lot of effort. However, if you work hard at it, you can have success; some individuals couple their own efforts with the…

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The independent Mental Health Taskforce published its Five Year Forward View in February 2016 which set out the current state of mental health service provision in England and made recommendations in all service areas. NHS England accepted all the recommendations in the report for which it held responsibility and it was agreed with the Government…

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  No one — not even Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson — is immune from depression. That’s the actor and former wrestler’s message to people suffering from mental illness, speaking during a video segment of Oprah’s Master Class. In the video, 43-year-old Johnson describes his own experience battling the darkness in his 20s. After graduating from the…

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Mental illness can very easily get in the way of working. For those with severe mental illnesses, like bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, the unemployment rate can be as high as 60-80%. Even short periods of depression can lead to lack of motivation, loss of interest and fatigue that negatively affect performance. Fortunately, emerging research suggests that…

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