If you wish to contact us, please fill out the form below. In the message box please state the reason for contacting us.
Q: Is it possible to write a blog post?
Definitely! We would love to have other people write about mental health, as no one person is the same. If this blog shares various coping mechanisms and peoples experiences of mental health it can then become more accessible to various people. If you do have a desire to write a blog post, please email us at email@example.com quoting 'blog request' in the subject bar and writing a short description of your blog post idea or fill out the contact us box to your left.
Q: What are the requirements to write a blog post?
We would ask that the blog post is around 750-1000 words, and that it has a positive message. We would also ask that you request the level of anonymity you would like within your email or blog attachment.
Q: What can I write about?
You can write about anything concerning mental health. Whether it is your story or the story of a loved one (with their permission of course), it is up to you. All we ask is that you keep an overall positive message so that it will help others.
Q: Can I remain anonymous?
Of course! When making this blog we decided that we would only publish our first names and keep details such as where we live and universities we studied at and places of work private. Therefore, you have the right to decide the level of anonymity you would prefer.
Q: How can I contact Breaking the Stigma?
We would love to hear from you! There are various ways in which you can contact Breaking the Stigma. We have various
social media accounts: Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube we have even created Spotify playlists! Fancy sending in a song suggestion? Please send in your songs either through our social media accounts, blog post comments or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to have them added into our special playlist.
Q: How do you see Breaking the Stigma developing?
We have the vision of being able to support everyone, but predominantly would love to be able to highlight the lack of education and awareness of mental health in schools and particularly universities. We would love to help advise the educational sector on the various ways in which mental health can be taught and how the stigma around mental health can be broken. We aim to be a positive ambassador for mental health. We also aim to branch out further with this website and be able to provide support lines for various countries.