“I finally recognised that, like him, I had to talk to someone too”
Tracey thought her fiancé was struggling with his father’s death, but realised later he was experiencing psychosis. She describes how caring for him has brought them even closer together.Read more
Cannabis and psychosis: A father’s story
Terry provides a graphic insight into the impact cannabis and psychosis had on his family.Read more
“Don’t let people silence you. Ask for help.”
62 year old Anne has been caring for her son who experiences psychosis whilst juggling other commitments and experiencing her own mental health issues. Here's her story.Read more
Thank you to our volunteers!
For Volunteers Week, we're shining a spotlight on the people who keep our groups and services running in their spare time.Read more
Relationship OCD - "constant, chronic obsession and doubt"
Shannon explains how relationship obsessive compulsive disorder (ROCD) can vary from day to day and person to person, but it doesn’t have to rule your life.Read more
How you can get involved in the 10 Year Mental Health Plan
Head of Policy and Influencing, Jeremy Bernhaut, outlines what the government is calling for as it develops a new 10 year plan in a bid to improve the nation’s mental health.Read more
Why I walked 50 miles in five days for Rethink Mental Illness
As it is our 50th anniversary year, we have been asking people to take on activities based around the number 50. With this in mind, Chloe took on the challenge of walking 50 miles in just five days – and she raised crucial funds for us whilst she did it!Read more
Living with DPDR - “My face in the mirror was unrecognisable”
When Natasha woke up and didn’t recognise herself, her detachment to everything around her was terrifying. Here's her story of understanding that she was living with depersonalisation/derealisation disorder.Read more