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Have a Grown-Woman Relationship With Mindful Communication

Written by Zamara Perri 

Communication can break or make a relationship. This is the first in a series of articles sharing how we can improve the way we communicate with the women we love. 607 more words

Commitment & Family

Your (Lesbian) Relationship Is Toxic, but not for the Reasons You Think!

Written by Lotus Williams

“What’s most concerning for me is the fact that toxic people are constantly looking for others to do what they can’t manage to do for themselves—loving self authentically. 644 more words

Commitment & Family

Mental health experts criticise government austerity agenda (#UK #Politics #mentalhealth #bedroomtax)

Over 400 psychotherapists, counsellors, and other mental health professionals have described government proposals contained in the budget as “profoundly disturbing” and creating an “intimidatory disciplinary regime”. 874 more words

Government & Politics

Wristbands for the mentally ill – only in the most severe cases. (#UK #Politics #mentalhealth #welfare)

So the Conservative candidate for Cambridge, Chamali Fernando, get herself in hot water over suggesting that mentally ill people should wear wristbands.

To be fair, a lot of the ensuing criticism was over-hyped in the media and taken out of context of her… 1,152 more words

Government & Politics

Why mentally ill people are an easy target for the #Tories (#UK #Politics #Health #welfare #bedroomtax)

The governments targeting of vulnerable people has been unprecedented in recent political history. In particular, mental health services can no longer cope with demand because of horrendous cuts to NHS services, and the demise of funding for the voluntary sector. 1,230 more words

Government & Politics

Which of these men would you help? (#homeless #welfare #texas)

Meet sandy. He is a homeless man living in Austin, Texas. He is not an alcoholic and doesn’t take drugs. He is a regular guy who became homeless through circumstance. 163 more words


Nestle, PepsiCo and others use public funds to develop harmful snacks (#health)

From The Guardian

Snack food and confectionery companies, including Nestlé and PepsiCo, are paid substantial government subsidies to help them make products that will damage the nation’s health, according to charities involved in heart attack prevention and obesity. 739 more words

Government & Politics