Last weekend I attended the RESULTS UK National Conference which–among many great sessions–included one on mental health and personal identity as an activist. I started to write some thoughts on this only to realise, looking back through the sparse and scattered posts on this blog that I’ve only mentioned RESULTS in passing. It seems remiss to have not introduced what they do, especially given that this is my third RESULTS conference and I must have been campaigning with them for at least two years now.
So before I write about the things I learned at this last conference I should probably explain what RESULTS is and why I volunteer with them. Of course, if you want to skip this post entirely you can find much better information at least on the first part on their website.