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 Written by See Change Ambassador Jack McCann I have had quite bad times with my mental health over the past 18 months to 2 years, I will hold my hand up and say that from the get go.  I have to be honest with myself when writing about my experiences before being honest with you...
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Written by See Change Ambassador Derek Devoy: It’s not easy writing or talking about your problems to anyone. People will take from a story what they want. Having depression is awful, it takes over your life and feelings.You DON’T understand it or know how it feels unless you have had it and I hope for those...
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Mental Health and me – written by See Change Ambassador Lorraine Cooke If you were to look at me in public now you would more than likely see a positive, bubbly happy person.  For the most part this is true. What would you say then if I said that one of the roles that I...
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Written by See Change Ambassador Neil Kelders It was decision time. Accept my depression and address it or…….the inevitable!! Reality has hit, YOU CAN’T ESCAPE IT; you can lose yourself but you will be found, you can move but you cannot hide, you can accept it and begin to move on. I’m not after sympathy or a pat...
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See Change ambassador Siobhán Brady speaks about her experience with self-harm: As I am sitting here typing this article I find myself staring down at my arms looking for some inspiration to appear. As I’m staring down at my arms I am forced to look at the countless scars, straight lines delicately positioned from my...
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Written by See Change Ambassador David O’Connor: Measured by the directives of vulnerability in which meandering hesitancy has controlled a lack of action, I’ve been led back to bowers in my mind that I thought were buried and heavily overgrown. It was a bad week. The inspiring quotes, self-help techniques and online links that encourage...
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Written by See Change Ambassador Lucie Kavanagh: Dealing with myself this morning was like bargaining with a small child. I’ll get up…in five minutes. I’ll get dressed…only if it can be a tracksuit day (actually scratch the small child bit-they at least would care how they look). Today is also Mayo Day. I had decided...
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Written by See Change Ambassador Gormla Hughes: I don’t know if you have ever seen the film ‘Shawshank Redemption’.  Specifically the escape scene.  Andy Dufresne, one of its inmates makes his way out of the prison via the prison’s sewage system.  A very full sewage system.   My question for you then, is this,‘would you do it?’...
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Written by See Change Ambassador Lucie Kavanagh: On the 7th of February I started a little project for myself where I wrote a tweet each day, ‪#‎aMonthofSomedays‬ based on what I was feeling in one random moment or what was going on around me.  Living with BPD involves living with moods and emotions that are constantly fluctuating depending...
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See Change Ambassador Ellen Downey writes: I have recently met a new person at our support group meetings.  The minute he walked into the room we saw it. It. The black cloud. The look of complete and utter depression. We knew it had taken everything in this person to make this huge step.  They were...
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