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

  • SUPPORT: What is Stress?
    What is stress? Where does it come from and how can we manage it day to day so it doesn’t impact our wellbeing? So, what is stress? According Oxford Languages the definition of stress is: “A state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.” Delving deeper into the causes of stress, according to medlineplus.gov, there are two types of stress; Acute and Chronic. Acute stress: “is short-term stress that goes away quickly. You feel it when you slam on the brakes, have a fight with your partner, or ski down a steep slope. It helps you manage dangerous situations. It also occurs when you do something new or exciting. All people have acute stress at one time or another.”
  • RADIO: The Business of Philosophy & Mental Health
    Jamie Ryder, Owner at Stoic Atheneum, is a mental health copywriter interested in the crossovers between mental health and philosophy. On The Business of Philosophy & Mental Health Jamie outlines his personal discovery of philosophy, how it has helped with his own mental health journey and how philosophy and psychology work together to teach us about the human experience. Jamie also explains what Stoicism is, and how teachings from the ancient Stoic philosophers can help us live in the present, let go of what we can’t control and ultimately lead less anxious lives.
  • SUPPORT: Why focus on Mental Health Awareness Week?
    Mental Health Awareness Week should address and involve everyone. We have all sorts of ‘weeks’ now suggesting we should think about some particular subject, some of which only involve a relatively small number of people and therefore can pass us by. Mental Health Awareness Week needs everyone to be involved – even if someone just knows that mental health is being considered for this week. It is far too important, and affects absolutely everybody, to be ignored as just another fad. How, then, can we raise the profile publicly so that everybody can see their ‘role’ in mental health? Well, I guess we start with that last statement suggesting that everybody has a role in mental health – whatever does that mean and is it true? The obvious ‘roles’ are that of the professional, the volunteer and users of the mental health services – these are clearly people involved in mental health.

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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.


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.


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