Following the launch of Participate, six people share why they chose to take part in mental health research.
An anonymous blogger shares her experience of binge eating disorder and explains why research plays such a critical part in helping to improve stigma, understanding and treatments.
A scientist describes her experience of eating disorders, anxiety and depression – and why she’s committed to helping others through mental health research.
Social media: is it good or bad for our mental health?
This year, Sarah ran her first marathon and raised over £7,600 for MQ. She writes about why she chose MQ and what she hopes the money she raised can achieve.
MQ ambassador James makes a personal case for more funding to be put into mental health research.
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.
Thomas describes his battle with anorexia nervosa and how research brings him hope.