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If you're having mental health problems, you're not alone. One in four of us will have problems with our mental health at some time in our lives.
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Psychiatric nurse Lol Butterfield used his experience of depression to advise a character in the ITV soap Emmerdale.
University mental health adviser Dr Luke Jefferies explains the support he offers his students and the NHS.
If you're worried about a child you think has a problem, getting them to talk about it can really help.
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Financial problems can put pressure on your relationship. Taking practical action can help ease the strain.
Find out how to get back into work if you've been off because of mental or emotional health issues.
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Duncan Irvine talks about how a last-minute phone call to the Samaritans saved his life.
If you have an addiction, you're not alone. One in three of us are affected, but effective treatments are available.
George Budge knew he had to get help when he realised he was drinking all day, every day.
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Guilt and blame are among the feelings people can experience following a suicide.
A bereavement counsellor explains what bereavement is, how to cope and where to go for help and support.
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Why some people have low self-esteem and how it can affect your mental health. Plus simple tips on how to give your self-esteem a boost
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Being smoke-free helps relieve the symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression
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If you've been feeling low or down about things, take this short test to find out if you're suffering from depression
If you’re concerned about a friend or relative who seems depressed, find out how you can help them
Tips and advice on how to control your anger, and information about anger management programmes
Spot the warning signs of depression in children and teenagers, and see what help is available
Read about the support on offer if you look after someone who has a mental health problem
Eight Moodzone mental wellbeing audio guides designed to help you better understand the problems you may be facing in your life
Experts explain why singing boosts your mental health, and Jane describes how joining a singing group helped her deal with her phobia of driving
Watch this video and find out why young people may self-harm, and get advice on how to get the right support
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