Mental health

Supporter stories: Niamh’s diary of recovery...

This blog was written by PAPYRUS supporter, Niamh Brownlee, about her experience with suicidal thoughts, eating disorders and the release…

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Menopause, mood, and mental health: seeking suppor...

October marks an important month dedicated to raising awareness about a significant phase in a woman’s life – Menopause Awareness…

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Creating a suicide-safer community in Cheshire Wes...

The Northwest has one of the highest rates of suicide in England (ONS, 2021), and in Cheshire West and Chester,…

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World Mental Health Day 2023

World Mental Health Day takes place every year on 10 October and is an opportunity for communities across the globe…

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Baby Loss Awareness Week: Remembering our loss and...

This week is Baby Loss Awareness Week, an annual week to raise awareness about pregnancy and baby loss. It’s an…

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Opening conversations within ethnic minority group...

October marks the celebration of Black History Month, stemming back from 1987 when it was first celebrated in England. Prior…

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PAPYRUS’ new assistive toolbar breaks down a...

In the spirit of celebrating diversity and inclusivity on this European Day of Languages, we are thrilled to share an…

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How to support someone after a suicide attempt

Supporting a loved one after a suicide attempt or after expressing experiencing suicidal thoughts can be challenging, and requires compassion,…

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How to work collaboratively with someone at risk t...

In times of crisis, compassionate collaboration can make all the difference. When someone is experiencing suicidal thoughts and has formulated…

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Suicide prevention charity launches open call for ...

A suicide prevention charity has called on people of diverse backgrounds to become volunteers to help support young people in…

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Supporter stories: “It won’t be like this fore...

The following blog has been written by PAPYRUS supporter, Annie, about her personal experience of suicide. “It won’t be like…

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Mental health benefits of journaling

Life can be a rollercoaster of emotions and experiences. Every day, many of us are bombarded with information, notifications, personal…

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Finding balance: nurturing mental health in a busy...

Life can be busy and balancing the demands of work, relationships, exercise, and personal wellbeing can often feel overwhelming. The…

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Parents bereaved by suicide thank their supporters...

The parents of a young farmer who took his own life have now raised more than £125,000 in his memory….

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Shining a light on Schizophrenia

Today is National Schizophrenia Awareness Day. On this annual event, people across the UK come together to shed light on…

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Skilling educators for a transformed future: Spott...

Today, 15 July, marks World Youth Skills Day. The annual awareness campaign was launched back in 2014 by the United…

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