It’s time to talk about mental illness.


ThinkTwice was borne out of a personal struggle with mental illness. It exists to assist others in their own struggles, and those who stand beside them.

It is our aim to increase awareness and decrease stigma so that people are as able to be open about their mental health condition as they are about having the ‘flu.

In order to achieve this, we provide:

Recent Posts.

Family Support

Last night the BBC aired a documentary called ‘Girls on the Edge’ looking at three young women who have been sectioned under the mental health act and are cared for in inpatient units hundreds of miles away from home.

The impact this has on, not just the young people with the mental health problems, but

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Love Conquers Stigma

On a day like today – Valentine’s Day in case you’ve missed it – it’s easy to think that love is nothing more than flowers and chocolates between two people who romance one another.

We’ve seen the adverts for last minute delivery of red roses and cards;

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Let the Children Come

It’s easy to think that children don’t get affected by things like mental illness.

And yet concerns about mental health are the number one reason children and young people contacted Childline in 2017 and Place2B3 estimating that 8 in 10 children struggling with low self-esteem.

This years Children’s Mental Health Week is focussed on “Being

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