Rob is a mental health advocate and supporter of MQ. He's about to take on one of the toughest cycling challenges imaginable - cycling the entire Tour de France. In his blog he shares his own experience of bipolar, and explains why he has decided to put his physical and mental endurance the test, in order to raise funds for MQ.
After losing multiple close family members, Kirsty's mental health detoriated. In this incredibly honest blog, she opens up about her grief, treatment and how she hopes research can help others.
Hope is an MQ ambassador and mental health advocate. In this blog she explores her own experience of living with anorexia and asks what research might be able to do to prevent the development of eating disorders.
Despite affecting 1-3% of the population, it takes on average 10 years to receive an accurate diagnosis for bipolar. This World Bipolar Day, we share the thoughts of three people living with bipolar, from the difficulties they’ve encountered to their hopes for the future.
Lizi spent years fighting debilitating panic attacks - now she wants answers. What caused her panic attacks? And how can we identify those most at risk and get them support sooner? In this blog, she shares her story.
Harry's struggled with his own mental health after his father died, now he's creating a short film to raise awareness.
We can't find new mental health treatments without science, one woman describes why this matters to her.
Robert writes about the drug that changed his life and why research is so important for mental health.