Minds Anonymous provides a safe space to share your mental health stories completely anonymously.
By increasing the understanding of mental health conditions we hope to abolish stigma.
A powerful story can change a life.
Let us share yours.
- The Power of FriendshipFriendships can come and go, flitter in and out, can simply feel like an instant connection and/or develop into a deep relationship over time. The friend this message was from was of the latter two, and she doesn’t know that she saved my life.
- Well aren’t we rather Lucky?There is no denying that people with mental health issues suffer. And, for some, managing their mental health is a daily battle. Battles leave scars, but do these mental scars actually make us stronger?
- The Reality of Psychosis – Beyond the TV DramaA well mind can make the distinction between a vivid dream, an imagined scenario and waking reality. But a psychotic mind cannot separate what is real and what is not. I guess that’s what makes psychosis so frightening, and contributes to the fear onlookers feel when dealing with a person labelled ‘psychotic’.
Send us a story
Do you have a mental health story to tell? Why not share it with us. We will never expose your true identity to anyone but by sharing your truth, you may well help someone going through a similar experience.
SPONSOR OUR WORK
Do you want to become a sponsor of Minds Anonymous and advertise your business to our community? Then get in touch via the Sponsor page. We invite companies to donate skills or ‘sponsor a voice’ to keep our initiative going.
COLLABORATE WITH US
We are looking for writers, broadcasters, illustrators, PR professionals and artists to help build the brand of Minds Anonymous and get our message of support and acceptance out there.
Minds Anonymous is an initiative set up to end the stigma that surrounds mental health, offer support to those that suffer and increase understanding of common and uncommon mental health conditions.
By sharing stories of real life mental health experiences, we aim to prove that managing mental health is simply part of being human. We may face individual challenges, but by learning about each other, we are in a stronger place to support one another.
What People Say about Minds Anonymous
I think there has never been a better time to do it. Lot’s of people are struggling this year and we’re not out of the woods yet.Minds Anonymous Supporter
I still think its mad that literally everyone I know has mental health issues of some kind and yet there’s still this feeling that we can’t be open about it!Minds Anonymous Supporter