Articles relating to: mental health
There are certain points in life where things happen with almost perfect timing.Read the full story..
It’s easy to believe that the entire world has lost its mind.Read the full story..
“I am not the same girl who started this book.” Actress Natasha Rea talks about Me, Myself and Bipolar Brenda
We’re living in uncertain times. Our lives are hugely altered, we’re existing in isolation, unsure about the future and our collective unease is palatable.Read the full story..
We’re living in increasingly strange and uncertain times. Our lives are hugely altered, we’re existing in close quarters, unsure about the future and our collective unease is skyrocketing.Read the full story..
Museums, art galleries and libraries across the North are now off limits to the public, their displays and collections sitting behind locked doors.Read the full story..
This is the second time I’ve been to HOME this year and cried.Read the full story..
I am nothing if not a Matt Haig fangirl.Read the full story..
“The need for organisations to keep the flame burning has never been more vital.” 30 Years of Manchester Mind
Anxiety is at an all-time high.Read the full story..
Is it just me or is there a distinct whiff of apocalypse in the air?Read the full story..
Did you know that one in four people will experience a mental health problem in any given year?Read the full story..
- “It has been life-changing.” NorthBound Book Award 2020 winner John D. Rutter talks to Northern Soul
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- “I just wish I could have gone for a drink with her.” Anna Cale, author of The Real Diana Dors
- Looking for Emily Williamson, RSPB founder
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"She should have been a big star, but through life choices and poor decisions or just bad luck, she didn’t quite get there." Andy Murray talks to Anna Cale, author of a new biography about Diana Dors. northernsoul.me.uk/anna-cale-… @MrGeetsRomo @real_meaning #DianaDors pic.twitter.com/lTJ0CbIoxf
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