If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas novel to curl up with over the festive period, look no further than
In recent years mental health has become a key focal point and even more so since the start of the
Mental health has no doubt become even more of a focal point in the news and medically due to the
One in nine adults consistently had very poor or deteriorating mental health during the first six months of the Covid-19
‘Like walking around all day with your sock slipping off’: Manchester blogger sheds light on living with anxiety
Anxiety and mental health conditions are often tricky to explain but Manchester blogger and model Laura Whitehurst describes it as ‘like walking around with your sock falling off.
‘So many suffer in silence’: Manchester theatre group hopes to get anxiety patients dancing back to health
A dance and physical theatre group has found a creative way of approaching mental health issues by reaching out to sufferers with dance workshops and a short film.
‘You feel like a freak because you’re not well’: Manchester writer on life with borderline personality disorder
Harriet Williamson is a freelance journalist is using her own traumatic experiences to raise awareness of borderline personality disorder
Greater Manchester family and relationship experts Relate are giving advice to parents who are worried about their teenagers’ drinking habits.
‘I could have slipped through the cracks’: Parents expose ‘mishmashed’ and ‘patchy’ postnatal depression support
As reports reveal one in four mums suffer postnantal depression, a senior lecturer at Manchester Uni tells MM that specialist mental health care for mums is ‘patchy’ and whether you receive care is a ‘postcode lottery’.
‘Faith is my anchor, it kept me from drowning’: Manchester shares stories for World Mental Health Day
Today is World Mental Health Day and, with one in four adults suffering from some form of mental illness, now is the time to start talking about it.
Happiness is contagious: Having mentally healthy friends can cure depression, Manchester Uni study reveals
It appears happiness is actually contagious as having mentally healthy friends can help someone recover from depression, according to new research by the University of Manchester.