Hello everyone welcome to another one of my new blog posts. As a reminder, this website is there to help raise mental health awareness and also raise awareness of those who care suffering mental ill-health. This time I have decided to do a blog about books delve into the subject of mental illness.
If you wish to see the video about a hundred books about mental illness then click on the video below.
There are many ways to entertain and educate those about mental health. As you may have already known I often make videos about mental illness or about mental health carers. Plus I also do podcasts which also helps raise awareness of carers, and lastly when I get the chance I tend to write a bit about mental health and what mental health carers go through. One day perhaps I would like to write a book about what I have gone through as a carer.
A very famous writer once told me that in order to write one must meet often, so it is a good idea to check and read up on books that help describe how mental ill-health affects people. They will probably come a time when I will look into books that help describe the world of a carer.
To be honest I am not a heavy reader of books but when a book does interest me then I will skim through it, anyway for those who have watched the video feel free to track down one of the books and perhaps you could do a review of the book.
Welcome to another blog post from Matthew Mckenzie a mental health carer in South London. Hope you are enjoying my site so far, so feel free to check out some of my other creations, that being my YouTube channel, twitter channel, mental health newspaper and audio.
On the 14th of February i attended the Lewisham Mental Health & Wellbeing day 2017 “What Keeps Me Well?”. Which is a very important topic regarding mental health and wellbeing. The event lasted from 10:00 to 4:30 pm and was held over at Lewisham Town Hall.
Hello everyone to welcome another blog post for February. I usually do carer awareness videos and mental health videos. You can check out my blog site, which has more information about mental health and carer awareness information.
Feel free to also check out my newspaper and my Twitter channel, I also have an audio site which has podcasts. However should updated that soon.
Welcome to another blog post by mental health carer Matthew Mckenzie. On this blog post, I want to talk about making a difference as a carer. Back in December 2016, I was invited to help judge a Hackathon event from Sussex Partnership NHS Trust, they provide mental health services for people living in south east England, that being the areas of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, West Sussex, Kent, Hampshire and Medway.
Welcome to another Blog post by a carer from South / South east London. If you can, feel free to like or subscribe to blog. My website “A Caring Mind” raises awareness on mental health and carers, mainly carers most of the time.
Well on the 2nd February, it is National Time to Talk Day. The day is dedicated to get people talking and break the silence around mental health problems.