Monthly Archives: May 2015

Change to MASH Support Groups

Hi All Another exciting change to how MASH is operating! Some Mums have expressed their reluctance to come along to a group situation in case they are recognised/judged by others they might bump into. Although one of the purposes for … Continue reading

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Wake Up! Your Teen Is Trying To Tell You Something!

Originally posted on Anchor Of Promise:
The above quote was by my daughter in the height of her depression and suicidal tendencies. As a parent, it was difficult to hear but also eye-opening at the same time. What she shared…

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Needing another sensation

Originally posted on frommasktosparkle:
i remember at university going back to my room after a night out, to be distracted on the way by stopping off to see a girl in the year below. We weren’t particularly close, had just…

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The long-term consequences of self-injury

Originally posted on Diary of a social phobic:
Trigger warning: I talk about self-injury and scars Though I’ve gone over 2 years without cutting myself, I’m still facing the consequences of self-injury, and will likely continue to do so for…

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Cared for and Covered

Originally posted on Revelations In Writing:
For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways. – (Psalm 91:11) ? What a glorious promise to hold! God sees us and is concerned about us in…

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Help Your Teens to Find Their True Identity

Who Am I – help your teenagers to find their true Identity. As they approach adolescence, all teenagers struggle with ‘who they are’. Parents often refer to their teenagers as ‘rebellious’ but in actual fact they have to weigh up what … Continue reading

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Open letter to my addict daughter

Originally posted on alifethatrocks:
Dear daughter, It’s ok you’re an addict, you haven’t failed and I still love you just the same.  I know I’ve always had a very harsh view and attitude of disgust towards the lives of addicts. …

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Thoughts from Jeff Lucas

A few thoughts based on Jeff Lucas’ recent book ‘Faith in the Fog’ which explores issues like faith when we have more questions that answers, depression and burnout, the connection between love for God and our emotions, and handling disappointment with God … Continue reading

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Steps to Self Harm recovery

A very informative article for those who want to understand more about helping  young people recover

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