Blogger of the year!!

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On Saturday I received the Mental Health Blogger of the year. Congratulations to everyone who was nominated.

Thankyou to everyone who voted for and supported me over the past year.

Thankyou to my family who have been through thick and thin with me.

Thankyou Mansur who designed the blog and has always been there for technical support.

Finally I want to thank staff at Heathfield House and Pennine care.

I dedicate this win to my late father (RA)

I want to take this opportunity to welcome any one who has a story to tell for the blog. Everyone welcome.

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  1. Congratulations Muhammad. What a fantastic achievement! You really deserve this for sharing so many personal insights into what it’s like to be in a facility for metal health patients. Well done.

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