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We understand the pain

In the UK, 1 in 4 people per year, experience a mental health issue (McManus., et al, 2009).

  • Thinking you have to put on a mask or a show for everyone, when in fact you feel empty inside
  • Feeling low in mood or really sad
  • Feeling empty, hopeless
  • Thoughts of 'not being here anymore' or wanting to 'escape'
  • Feeling irritable (snapping at people you care about)
  • Feeling angry 
  • Being aggressive, breaking things, hurting others  
  • Feeling scared
  • Crying 
  • Thinking like no one cares about you 
  • Worrying at night
  • Not being able to sleep
  • Feeling numb and not caring about things/people
  • Feeling lost, not knowing where to turn
  • Being aware of how fast your heart beats 
  • Worrying about your health/or other people's health 
  • Thinking no one listens to you 
  • Thinking there is no where to turn
  • Not being able to sleep a night
  • Feeling tired 
  • Feeling disconnected 
  • Encountering a loss or breakdown in a relationship
  • Nightmares or flashbacks following an accident...

These are just some of the things you could be experiencing, of course there are many others that have not been included.

If any of these issues are affecting you, please understand there are professionals willing to hear you and support you.

We are here.

McManus, S., Meltzer, H., Brugha, T. S., Bebbington, P. E., & Jenkins, R. (2009). Adult psychiatric morbidity in England, 2007: results of a household survey. The NHS Information Centre for health and social care.

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