Mental Illness Meetups

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This is a social group for people to meet for days out in and around the London area, trips away, or even an afternoon coffee. I decided to start the group so people can meet others in similar stiuations, life can be isolating at times, I want people

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SociaLights
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Suffering from any type of mental health illness can take it's toll on your life and leave you feeling alone, isolated, and at times as if there is no hope. There is! The purpose of this group is to provide support and friendship to each other throug

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A friendly, welcoming, non-judgmental social group for people who struggle with any form of anxiety or depression which affects your social life; hosting a mixture of relaxed social get-togethers and personal development events, all with the aim of h

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MONKEY-MIND//STRESS//INSECURITIES//­FEAR//DOUBT There can be many sources of ‘freak outs’ in life and it can be difficult to maintain balance. With so much to worry about our minds can be a crazy place, and sometimes we just can’t stop thinking. Exerc

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Indigos
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Congratulations on finding a place where you can socialize and share with others who suffer with anxiety or depression as you do. It's a soft place to fall for those of you who feel alone in your struggles and are looking to connect, even if it's jus

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Learning & discussion surrounding major psychology and social science topics from well researched mainstream approaches - let's get as much fact and ideas as we can everyone! We discuss our perspectives, listen to others and process these together in

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For many people social anxiety, shyness, depression and low self-esteem have taken over their lives. As the years go on the numbers keep on rising. I feel that the way technology seems to be going does not help. There seems to be less face-to-face co

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MINDNET is a community based social group that aims to get people with Depression and Bipolar out of the house and socialising. The organisers are volunteers who have experienced mental illness first hand and have an understanding of the issues affec

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Welcome to our website. We're an independent part of the national Depression Bipolar Support Alliance located in Chicago (www.dbsalliance.org.) We launched this website in 2009 so that people with mental illness could easily find our meeting and othe

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Social Anxiety Improvement Do you fear social situations? Are you afraid of public speaking? Do you often blushing, sweat, or tremble in social situations? Are you unhappy with your lack of relationships? Social anxiety is much more common than you

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July 6, 2015
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Suicide Anonymous is a fellowship in which we share our experience, strength, and hope with each other that we may solve our common problem and help others recover from suicidal preoccupation. We follow the twelve step recovery program. We counter th

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July 5, 2015
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NAMI Family Support Group is a free, confidential and safe setting for families helping families who live with mental health challenges in their lives. Family members can join a caring group of individuals helping one another through their learned wi

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July 5, 2015

Do you have depression, bi-polar disorder, social anxiety, etc.? While NOT an official therapy group, this group seeks to provide a pressure-free social outlet for those who share the burden of mental illness. Maintaining social connections can be on

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July 5, 2015

This is a support group for adults with depression and/or bipolar disorder. It is peer-led, meaning the facilitator has bipolar and has training and experience in support group leadership. You will find that the members of this group will understand­

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July 2, 2015

This is a support group for adults with depression and/or bipolar disorder. It is peer-led, meaning the facilitator has bipolar and has training and experience in support group leadership. You will find that the members of this group will understand­

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July 2, 2015

We know that even if you have a great group of friends and family around you, it can sometimes be hard for people to understand what living with depression is actually like. Our Friends in Need project is a fun, informal way to feel better and connec

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July 1, 2015
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For most people, Trichotillomania (hair pulling) is a disorder of isolation. Recovery is strongly supported by building connections with others whom we can trust and relate with. I have suffered from Trich for 14 years. I've only recently discovered­

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July 1, 2015

Looking to form a group of extreme social anxiety sufferers. If you're just "shy at parties" or "have trouble speaking in public," then please stay away. But if you frantically avoid even minor human contact, and if this behavior is ruining your life

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Survivors
July 1, 2015

Psychiatrist-lead group for family members of the mentally ill providing support with an emphasis on self-care and burnout prevention

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Caregivers of the Mentally Ill
July 1, 2015
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It is important to _speak up_ about our problems! Especially in foreign environment. It is a English speaking group for people who searching for support or just want to talk to people with same experience. We can drink coffee, go for a walk or make a

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