She looked so small and frail as she stood at the counter in a shop. A lady with undoubted style, judging by her jewellery. While waiting behind her in a queue to be served, I noted her difficulty in making herself understood to a very young retail assistant. English was obviously not her first language....
Letting go of rigid ideas and beliefs is useful, says long-time carer George Schickert. He reflects on his family’s journey and what it’s like to move on from initial diagnosis to emerge stronger.
Shifting perspectives: life can be good again
Changing our perspective on how we view our mental health issues can motivate us and transform our lives, writes Emily Fahey in our latest blog.