Why I run, returning to running post stoma surgery, running and mu mental health.
It is digital Mental Health Week #digiMHweek and there have been several articles about the use of Artificial Intelligence Bots and social media for delivering mental health support or analysing social media posts for signs of suicidal intent and going as far as alerting the authorities – so this is my take on the subject … Continue reading AI Bots and Mental Health
I thought that I would look at the manifestos of the main parties to see where they place mental health within their manifestos and what they say about them. I will review them in the order that the results are likely to be here in Kendal. So let’s start with Liberal Democrats 9 key areas … Continue reading Mental Health and Manifestos
Done and dusted Well here we are at the end of the challenge and the end of my daily blog. The blog has acquired a life of its own, I had no real idea what I was going to do on a daily basis but it seemed to work, people appreciated it and so it … Continue reading Run Every Day – Day 31
On being a man I wasn’t sure what to write about today, Then half an hour ago I saw a couple of bits of TV that stood out for me. They touched on themes that I wrote about in an earlier post on perceived roles, language and how it makes it difficult to reach out … Continue reading Run Every Day – Day 30
I am going to write about self harm today. You may wander why I am writing this after the post about suicide but I wanted to make a separation between the two. People often believe that self harm is part of the journey and a stepping stone towards suicide but that is not always the … Continue reading Run Every Day – Day 28