A&E support following self harm must not become another Coronavirus casualty
When being 'out of touch with reality' is your reality
Phagophobia: 'I have a phobia of eating in case I choke on my food and die'
A psychiatric unit can aid my recovery, but only if my needs as an autistic person are accommodated
"I was part of a gang who understood what it meant to be different"
I may be overweight but I still have anorexia
What were you reading in 2019? Mental Health Today's most-read articles
What it’s like to hear voices and how ‘democratic psychiatry’ can help
Navigating Bipolar Disorder has made my marriage stronger - but having my boundaries respected is invaluable
I display symptoms that can be scary, bizarre, or unpalatable: why I felt excluded from WMHD
Few managed to avoid the social media frenzy that ensued on World Mental Health Day (10th October). But there are lots of us who felt excluded from the World Mental Health Day narrative: be it for reasons such as cultural or religious attitudes, being multiply marginalised, or having no support system to turn to when instructed to talk to someone. The “just talk” narrative seems deceptively accessible.