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    In a follow up blog to "Depression and an extraordinary year", Alicia shares how she's been coping. Catherine blogs about her experience of postnatal depression and working on Mind's new five year strategy. Laura from our communications team writes an open letter to Joy, the clothes store. Author Emily Reynolds blogs about her experience of growing up with bipolar.
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    Helping at a support group. Cognitive behaviour therapy CBT. Back to work support isn't working - keeping up the pressure. Becky blogs about she uses humour to make it easier to live with bipolar. Vix blogs about how her unusual phobia impacts on her everyday life, and how she manages it. Joanna blogs from Peru about her decision to backpack around South America despite struggling with anxiety. Mind podcast - Depression. Schizophrenia, my brother and me.

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    Opening up about depression. Carolyn shares her story of how she found solace in running, and how she turned that in to fundraising success. Our equality improvement work. Being diagnosed with BPD. Schizophrenia, my brother and me. Louise Rubin, who works in our campaigns team, responds to the speech Theresa May gave earlier this week. How workplace changes have made the difference. Reviewing the VMG Mind Awards soaps category.

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    Information support your stories University and student life. How to make a video blog vlog for Mind. Mental health, art and Broken Grey Wires. Robin's blog about how he used his skills in radio production to create a podcast about his hypomania. Trek, cycle, swim or skydive.