Anger by MOOD JUICE Our next session in Milton Keynes‘ peer support group is on Healthy vs Unhealthy anger. We have a confirmed speaker from XenZone, Tiana Golden joining us. Our support group in Bredbury, Stockport launches this FEB. Our resource was sourced from Mood Juice. Mood Juice is inContinue Reading

Overview: Wysa is a mobile app aimed at assisting users with symptoms of anxiety and mild depression through a virtual Chatbot that delivers messages utilizing principles drawn from CBT, and relaxation tools. Upon entering the program, users become acquainted with Wysa, a virtual penguin who initiates a chat and shortContinue Reading

Thank you to everyone who showed up this week for our session on Loving Yourself and Accepting Choices. Our support group has grown from a regular group of four to eight! This is amazing progress, as Unity Park Station who provide the Milton Keynes venue have a lot of roomContinue Reading

—Start with a 5 to 10-minute mindfulness session to leave the world outside the door and focus on the topic at hand, loving ourselves and our choices— “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation.” Audre Lorde Tips to practice Self-Love There’s nothing wrong with putting yourself first. TheContinue Reading

Our last support group of 2019 was a smash-hit. Thank you to everyone that managed to attend despite the cold and ever-faster-approaching New Year’s Eve. Yesterday’s support group session focused on the holiday blues and you can read our infopack here. We brought in board games–Jenga, monopoly, Cluedo, tiddlywinks andContinue Reading

This blog post was initially written on ApplebyInk.com As advocates of mental health and a supporter of community projects, Appleby Ink provides writing services for a Milton Keynes mental health peer support group: MIND SPACE MK. That’s why in today’s blog post, we’re going to be discussing the importance of mentalContinue Reading

**Warning – This blog post contains graphic, perhaps disturbing content and may be sensitive to some readers** The beginning of BPD & Me A diagnosis feels different for different people. Some see it as a label slapped across their forehead, a reason for people to be suspicious or seek toContinue Reading