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We All Feel Like That
What a mixed reaction it provokes when somebody says ‘we all feel like that’ to a bipolar sufferer. One part of you thinks, yes that’s true and another part says, but you’re not bipolar. Like me.
My Unwanted Visitor
Putting pen to paper doesn’t seem like something I do, but I have before, I read what I’ve wrote and wonder why I still don’t know what to do. I look at what I’ve written expecting to see a clue, … Continue reading
The Great Bath Bake Sale
Saturday 1st October 11am – 3pm Supporting local charities and Bath Abbey’s Footprint Project
Although 10 kilometres may not seem far to some, for us this race was a challenge and an opportunity to push ourselves.
What is Elefriends? Elefriends is a supportive online community where you can be yourself. We all know what it’s like to struggle sometimes, but now there’s a safe place to listen, share and be heard. Open to anyone (18 years+) … Continue reading
Bath Mind had a lovely afternoon down on our GreenLinks community allotment yesterday, with a Food for Thought BBQ, a gardening quiz and beautiful sunshine!
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Malcolm Runs For Bath Mind
Hello, I’m Malcolm and I will be running The London Marathon on 24th April 2016. This will be the first time I have run 3 marathons in a 12 month period and my 22 full marathon since starting running … Continue reading
Walking – Second Stick by Jeremy Simpson
My head is down, The pavement’s dull, But I will stand and fight. My head is down, But I push on, Won’t wallow in my plight. My head is down, But I’ll get there, Coz I will see the light. … Continue reading
The Randall’s Revisited – Meryl Williams
Episode 1 –Rain stops play “I’m bored,” announced Royston, gazing out of the window at the rain soaked streets of Glethamgetty City Centre. “It’s an anti-climax,” said Cassie his beautiful wife, curled up on the sofa with a copy of … Continue reading