Blogs can show that people with mental health problems are cared about, understood and listened to.
The Mind blog can empower and strengthen. Your blog can challenge the status quo and change attitudes.
Since the Mind blog launched in 2009, it has been a great platform to show that mental health is an important issue and to share stories of everyday people experiencing mental health problems.
We welcome comments and questions on our posts, and value the blog as a forum for conversation. Please be aware that there are a few ground rules you must acknowledge when commenting, to keep the site welcoming and interesting to everybody.
All comments will be reviewed by a moderator before they will be published, this may take 2-3 days. We will not publish any comments which violate our guidelines.
Above all, be respectful of other commenters and bloggers.
We reserve the right to not publish comments that:
Please note that the name you submit your comment under will be displayed on our website. You are very welcome to post under a pseudonym.
When you submit your comment, you will be asked for your email address. This will never be published, but should we need to contact you about your comment, we will do so using this email address.
All comments on the Mind blog are moderated by Mind’s Digital team. For this reason, comments will not be published immediately after submitting and may take 2-3 days to appear.
Mind reserves the right to republish comments on our blog in other material, such as leaflets, booklets, reports or elsewhere on the Mind website. If we do this, we will not publish your name or any identifying information without your permission.
Mind complies with the 1998 Data Protection Act. If you have any questions about this, please email our digital team.