A great idea!

Voices of Glass

Choose to reach out and touch the surface of one isolated puddle and you will see the ripples spread out across that puddle. But what if instead of just one isolated puddle it was part of a sea of interconnected puddles?

Type ‘mental illness’ or ‘poor mental health’ or ‘bipolar disorder’ or ‘depression’ or ‘schizophrenia’ or ‘PTSD’ or any one of the numerous mental health related conditions into your search engine and you will see a sea of blogs and sites appear all dealing with those conditions.

But what you won’t see, unless you look a little deeper or have some personal experience, is that so many of the folk writing those blogs, creating those sites, all feel that isolation in one form or another.

The “Just One Touch” Campaign 2012 seeks to speak into that isolation and to combat it as best it can. For ‘Just One Touch’ is…

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  1. Hi,

    I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for reblogging this and for supporting it.

    I really is so very kind of you. Because of it being such an important issue I have moved the campaigns hosting to the Mental Health Writers Guild blog and you can find that here. – http://mentalhealthwritersguild.wordpress.com/just-one-touch-campaign/

    And because you have so kindly supported this campaign I hope you don’t mind but I have added you to the campaign Honour roll.

    Again many thanks,
    Kind Regards and God bless you

    • Hi Kevin

      It’s a pleasure. Anything I can do to help the cause. So many people with a mental illness could really benefit from “Just one touch”.

      Thank you for putting me on the Honour roll. It is an honour. Kat 🙂

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