Why should I join?
Talking to people who understand how you feel can make a huge difference
Through Friends in Need you can chat online, find others who share your interests and meet up with people near you.
What's going on near you?
just looking for people in stoke on trent that are looking for friend's?
This is for everybody who needs a friend and needs someone to talk to and meet new people??
- We meet up each day in the Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead area. - We have a monthly timetable showing our activities such as: art, crafts, model making, walking, visiting our Landshare, a reading group, bowling and wellbeing groups. - We meet in the evenings too! Why not try our quiz night, games night, music night or cinema night. - How about a day trip with us? - It's also a place where you can just pop along to meet new people and have a chat and a cuppa!
A group to get local sufferers together to share a coffee, conversation and a wander. A chance to share stories and support each other in recovery.
I would like to dedicate this group to finding like-minded people in the local area. I think many of you will agree that your struggles are less daunting if you have someone who understands you. About me: I have recently moved to the area and found that my PTSD and Anxiety symptoms are slowly returning but I do not have much support here. Although my partner does his best, he really doesn't understand it. About the group: My aim is to just get local people in touch with one another, maybe find some common ground. I would like to be able to set up meet ups eventually but hey, one step at a time! I hope that others will find some comfort here.
A group for people in Burton and the surrounding area who want to make new friends who have things in common and can support each other through their period of depression.
Sadly the Side by Side project has come to an end. I would like to thank all of you who took part in the evaluation into the benefits of peer support. you have been part of the biggest ever study into its benefits and hopefully it will provide us with some research that will fund more community mental health services in the future. There will no longer be any activity in this group however do keep a look out for things in the Plymouth area and depression peer support will continue under the umbrella of Plymouth Mind.
Sometimes it’s easier to talk to a stranger than to relatives or friends. During talking therapy, a trained therapist listens to you and helps you find your own answers to problems, without judging you. The therapist will give you time to talk, cry, shout or just think. It’s an opportunity to look at your problems in a different way with someone who’ll respect and encourage your opinions and the decisions you make. Usually, you’ll talk one-to-one with the therapist. Sometimes, talking treatments are held in groups or in couples, such as relationship counselling. Although there are many different types of talking therapy, they all have a similar aim: to make you feel better. Some people say that talking therapies don’t make their problems go away, but they find it easier to cope with them and feel happier.
This group is about meeting new people. So many of us feel alone at times and it can be scary taking the first steps to start a conversation with a stranger, so here are my first steps and I hope you will join me by coming and saying hello and sharing and talking about what you feel comfortable with.
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...a place you can be yourself without fear you’re being judged or told how you should act when you’re feeling depressed
I can’t believe I came across this site it’s brilliant...I think it was fate I don’t feel so alone here
I wasn’t sure about this site when I joined up, but I must say I’m really pleased I did, because there appears to be some really lovely, caring people here with loads of time to chat and give you a boost. I find talking online really helpful- especially when you can’t deal with face to face
Whether you are affected by depression or you’re supporting someone with depression, our community can help you:
- Maintain recovery
- Meet new people
- Challenge yourself
- Share your experiences
- Make a difference