Everyday Things

Our days are made up of everyday things - getting up in the morning, going to work or school , making dinner, caring for a loved one, being healthy and much more. When you have a mental illness, or live with someone who does, those everyday things can sometimes seem overwhelming. The small things that make up a day suddenly seem too big to fit.

Friends, family and carers can be an invaluable source of support. Here, carers and individuals living with mental illness share what inspires them, and what keeps them going.

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Anna Quon shares her experiences as a self-confessed email addict and how she makes time to be unplugged.

Anna Quon is an experienced international traveller. She's just returned from several months in the Czech Republic and wrote about her experiences in her blog. Here, she offers some tips for people who are living with a mental illness and who are planning to travel to other countries.

Anna Quon explores the role religious faith can play in the life of a person who is living with mental illness.

Debi Noye shares how she learned to give herself a break.

Debi Noye shares her tips for getting a good night's sleep.

Anna Quon asks whether the five stages of grief are still relevant.

Roy Ellis— motorcyclist, writer, spiritual counsellor— is acutely aware of the fragility of life. “I work in bereavement,” he says, over ice tea at a local coffee shop. “Every day I see people die.”

We all grieve in our own way. There are things we can do to help ease the pain and manage our grief.

Anna Quon explores what it means to grieve.

Anna Quon explores the secret for getting out of bed in the morning, especially when you don't want to.

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