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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.

What is Minds Anonymous?

The Reality of Mental Health

TRIGGER WARNING: These stories may contain sensitive topics such as severe mental health conditions, suicide, drug, alcohol, domestic and sexual abuse.

Recent Stories

  • PODCAST: From Survivor to Thriver E43: “We need to change the way we talk to ourselves”
    Jas, a best-selling author, award-nominated book coach and resilience speaker, specializes in stories that change lives. During the first two decades of her life, she felt very alone in her world of depression and anxiety as the result of both childhood family violence and then the death of her father by suicide when she was 18 years old. A volunteer role as a photojournalist when she was in her 20’s, along with her discovery of gratitude journaling, finally set her on a path to healing. Combining her lived experience as a domestic violence survivor with her BA in creative writing and psychology, she has helped close to 30 writers go from ‘idea’ to ‘published’ in the past four years and has impacted hundreds of thousands of lives through global media outlets and her anthology book series “Reasons to Live: One More Day Every Day,” which offers stories of hope, resilience and triumph over adversity. Above all, Jas believes that everyone has a story with the power to inspire and change lives.
  • RADIO: The Business of Mental Health Support
    Jon Manning has experienced living with mental health conditions for over 20 years. And with a background in the commercial world, he set up Arthur Ellis: Mental Health Support, to change the way mental health is managed throughout society. Jon has noticed that despite a huge increase in awareness, mental health across society is only having a broader, more negative impact and help is becoming harder and harder to access. As an award winning social entrepreneur, Jon setup Arthur Ellis alongside experts to help companies simply understand and drive positive psychology, neuroscience and behaviour in order to help people develop skills in building and maintaining well-being. Jon Manning is here with Louisa “Wizzi” Magnussen to discuss the Business of Mental Health Support…
  • A Free New Year
    January always brings such a mixture of emotions, the calm after the festive period, looking forward to the year to come, resolutions; but also, the cold, short days and the realisation of quite how much money was spent in the previous month. January always brings such a mixture of emotions, the calm after the festive period, looking forward to the year to come, resolutions; but also, the cold, short days and the realisation of quite how much money was spent in the previous month.

Join us

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.

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.

Our Beliefs

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.

Ending mental health stigma, one story at a time.

Testimonials

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

Sponsors

Wizmedia
Onyx Communications
GSJ Counselling
Violet Elephant Clothing