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A couple of handy tips for guest blog submissions

We encourage blog writers who write about mental health in all its shapes and forms to share their posts with fellow tribers.

As we are committed to maintaining a lively but civil platform for discussion, we ask, when you submit your blog, to please avoid the following:

 

  • Triggering language which could cause distress
  • Commercial promotions
  • Requests for financial aid
  • Mudslinging at other organizations

Please email your submission posts to submit@blackdogtribe.com.

In keeping with the Black Dog Tribe ethos, we will on occasion, invite  other regular

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19 | 09 | 2013
I've got to run

On the back of our most recent tribe

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02 | 09 | 2014
How I’m feeling post Bipolar Affective Disorder diagnosis….

Triber L has written about the range of emotions she felt when she received a diagnosis of Bipolar II from her psychiatrist. Visit L’s

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01 | 09 | 2014
August Collaboration Blog: How do you get a good night’s sleep?

Our latest tribe collaboration blog saw more than 50 of you come together to share your secrets to getting a good 40 winks.
 
As you can tell from

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29 | 08 | 2014
How to cope with mental illness at university - and with unsupportive family members

Chemistry undergrad and triber Georgina shares her strategies for coping with a mental illness while juggling studies and the social pressures of the uni environment, and how to

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29 | 08 | 2014
My Mountainside View

Triber Heartily Mindful invites us to take a look at her view from the mountainside. In her blog, she finds that writing poetry supports her journey to recovery. You can find more of

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27 | 08 | 2014
The Mind Cottage

Triber Lucy, who recently wrote about starting CBT, has written about a strategy that she put together with her therapist to help her deal with traumatic memories and distressing

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27 | 08 | 2014
Philip Whitmore: Proving that having schizophrenia does not have to hold you back.

Since the age of 14 triber Philip Whitmore has wanted to be a comedy scriptwriter. After experiencing some difficult 'disembodied' voices whispering to him, Philip reached

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26 | 08 | 2014
I had to change

Regular Triber Suzie Bell has sent us her poem from her blog HeartilyMindful. Suzie discusses the importance of taking each day at a time in your journey to recovery. You can

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26 | 08 | 2014
Keep calm and be a good girl

Today's guest blogger is Dutch triber BIPS, who writes about her latest hypomanic episode, her self-destructive behaviour and her doctor's decision to put her on a new type of

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21 | 08 | 2014
Depression in men is real - I've lived with the Black Dog

As a male sufferer of mental illness, triber Ian shares his journey - what caused him to become depressed and what he has learned along the way. He is eager to debunk the myths

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21 | 08 | 2014