We thought we should inform the local community that we have produced a full page spread in regards to Bipolar Awareness (you may have seen my posts on here before) and that comes out of our own pocket and it goes to press after this Sunday in Dawlish Parish Magazine, which I believe a copy can be purchased from St Gregory's Church at 50p. Its basically just a short description of what it is and we have also been in contact with The Dawlish Gazette whom have taken a Story and will be taking a photo shoot when i get back from my hols on 22nd so watch out for both advertisements.
Sometimes Paul, less is more.
We are a nation of folks who love superlatives. We gravitate toward the best, the brightest, longest, tallest, widest, most amazing, incomparable descriptors to decorate everything from hair spray to space exploration. Many have adopted the "more is better" philosophy of life. If you are disappointed with the outcome of a situation, it may not be enough to express your dissatisfaction with a quick comment or brief note. Better yet, express your opinion on websites like these.
You need to raise awareness of issues like mine we are not like big organisations like (well i wont mention names) but people agree with what I am actually doing.
I think the first paragraph deserves quotation marks, unless you're posting under another name.
I'm more familiar with mental health issues than you may think, and as for bi polar, the list is more extensive than most people think http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_with_bipolar_disorder
Bipolar uk is quite a significant charity, with around a million pound turnover, though I agree needs more.
but I think a one line post, with a link to the area the webmaster has created for you, might be more appropriate
the rotary club are holding a charities fair early August could this be of any use ???