Blogging about mental health issues
Each week we publish blog posts on a whole range of topics, relating in some way to mental health.
We welcome comments and questions on our posts, but have a few ground rules to keep the site welcoming and interesting to every body. The first rule is the most important: be respectful of other commenters and bloggers.
Why the Mind Infoline is needed more than ever this Christmas
Charlotte, one of our Mind infoline advisors, knows how Christmas may not always be a time to celebrate.
Housing and mental health - what are my options?
We recently published our updated guide to housing and mental health. Chris from our Information team blogs about the importance of stable, affordable and secure housing for good mental health.
Have a savvy Christmas
It feels better knowing that you’re making the most of your money throughout the festive season. So if you want to avoid money problems in the New Year, these tips from Tiana at the Money Advice Service may help.
A vicious circle
Our new research, 'Still in the red', shows how the financial strain over Christmas can be much worse for people with mental health problems. Guest blogger Jo describes her own struggle to make ends meet and stay well.
The real cost of debt problems on mental health
Are money worries impacting your mental health? Do your mental health problems affect your ability to manage money?
Money, mental health and university
When my mental health is bad I end up going on spending sprees and ruining everything.
When the bailiffs call
The behaviour of debt collectors should not be allowed to compound a person’s mental distress.
Challenging the tax man
Money worries can be a major trigger for mental distress. Mind's recent research shows that the problem is not just with the financial sector - the tax man needs to take note too.
The trouble with money
Calls to Mind's legal advice line show the poor treatment that people with mental health problems often receive from finance companies.