Looking into Male Mental Health – Blog 6: Rebuilding the Jigsaw

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! Today's blog is the sixth blog in the Looking into Male Mental Health series and is going to be called Rebuilding the Jigsaw. Today's blog is going to look at how we can learn how to put ourselves back together after going through a rough time and is also …

Looking into Male Mental Health – Blog 5: The Rollercoaster Theory

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! Today's blog is going to talk about The Rollercoaster Theory, a theory I have created, and how it links to Mental Health. We are then going to take a closer look at how this theory links directly with Male Mental Health and the steps we can take to try …

Looking into Male Mental Health – Blog 4: Personal Experience 1

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! Today's blog is the fourth in my Looking Into Male Mental Health series and is going to look into my experience with mental health. I have mentioned a few times in my previous posts that I have gone through a lot of mental health problems in the past. I …

Looking into Male Mental Health – Blog 3: Help is out there

Hello and Welcome to Sweeney's Blogs! Today's blog is the thirds blog in the Looking into Male Mental Health Series and is called Help is out there. This blog is going to talk about what kinds of help is out there, how you can get in and how it can make the world of difference …

Poem – Looking into the Mind of Mental Health

  The following Poem is a Poem I have written called Looking into the Mind of Mental Health. I created the poem in such a way to illustrate how some people feel when they become overwhelmed with entities such as stress and work. Here is the poem: Looking into the Mind of Mental Health My …

Alzheimer’s: The Bookcase Analogy

The Bookcase Analogy is a theory I first found on YouTube in a video by The Alzheimer's Society, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kkvyGrOEIfA . The theory is one of the many theories used to describe how Alzheimer's affects a persons mind. I have explained this theory briefly on my website, Don't Forget Me, so if any of you have …

A Grandmother, Mother and to all a Friend

This is a poem I made for my Grandmother when i found out she had Alzheimer's. The poem is very personal to me and can also be found on my Alzheimer's website, Don't Forget Me (www.dontforgetme.org.uk). The poem acts a nostalgia train for me going through my memories of me and my grandmother. Note: Cap …