A space to share destigmatising and useful information, stories, and perspectives about psychology, mental health, mental-health problems, and the recovery process, in any format. Page creator is a clinical psychologist with lived experience of recovery and a long background within the service-user movement working to reduce stigma and promote positive community attitudes. Pathologising language and ideas will have no place in this community - please do not post it. Evidence tells us clearly that sharing purely biomedical explanations of mental health problems increases stigma and discrimination and reduces people's hope for recovery although it does reduce the sense of blame people and their families experience. We also know that sharing purely psycho-social explanations of mental health problems increases the sense of blame and responsibility for the difficulties people face. Human beings live inside bodies that are responding to the world around them.