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Old 03-09-2016, 03:16 PM
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Not sure what your meaning, is there a reduction in domestic violence since Camilla went to the shelter ?


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Is there a reduction in child mental health issues since St Kate began dabbling in her causes or in homelessness since William hooked up with Centrepoint?

The point, as I understood it, was to raise awareness of the issue so more women would come forward to get the help they need. That should actually result in an increase in reporting not a decrease.

But then again, as it's something Camilla does and not William, Kate or Diana, of course there can't be any merit to it.
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Old 03-09-2016, 03:36 PM
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I have to think that the many members of the BRF that are tackling certain areas of mental health issues can do nothing but raise awareness of the symptoms, the help available and inform to remove the stigma that having mental health problems and issues are something to be ashamed of and to seek professional help. It also clearly puts into focus the places where the help is available at.

If only one person listens and learns and discovers that he/she is not alone in having these problems and seeks professional help, the BRF has made a difference and their work is worthwhile.
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Old 03-09-2016, 04:30 PM
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I have to think that the many members of the BRF that are tackling certain areas of mental health issues can do nothing but raise awareness of the symptoms, the help available and inform to remove the stigma that having mental health problems and issues are something to be ashamed of and to seek professional help. It also clearly puts into focus the places where the help is available at.

If only one person listens and learns and discovers that he/she is not alone in having these problems and seeks professional help, the BRF has made a difference and their work is worthwhile.

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Old 03-09-2016, 05:00 PM
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Is there a reduction in child mental health issues since St Kate began dabbling in her causes or in homelessness since William hooked up with Centrepoint?

The point, as I understood it, was to raise awareness of the issue so more women would come forward to get the help they need. That should actually result in an increase in reporting not a decrease.

But then again, as it's something Camilla does and not William, Kate or Diana, of course there can't be any merit to it.
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Old 03-09-2016, 06:36 PM
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I was replying to Queen Camillia and you don't have to tell me about domestic abuse I've lived it Something I had no intention to tell what are really strangers and will wish I hadn't no doubt


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Old 03-09-2016, 06:47 PM
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Time to move on now please. It would be nice for other people reading the thread if members did not try and wind each up and stay on topic.
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:00 PM
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I have to think that the many members of the BRF that are tackling certain areas of mental health issues can do nothing but raise awareness of the symptoms, the help available and inform to remove the stigma that having mental health problems and issues are something to be ashamed of and to seek professional help. It also clearly puts into focus the places where the help is available at.

If only one person listens and learns and discovers that he/she is not alone in having these problems and seeks professional help, the BRF has made a difference and their work is worthwhile.
Well stated Osipi.
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Old 03-10-2016, 02:07 AM
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Old 03-13-2016, 04:21 PM
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The Queen's 90th Birthday: A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day: Monday-2:45 PM UK Time- BBC One
Live from Westminster Abbey in London, Her Majesty the Queen is joined by senior members of the royal family to lead a service of celebration for Commonwealth Day. Presented by Mishal Husain, the service features a live music performance by Ellie Goulding and a contribution from Kofi Annan-

BBC One - The Queen's 90th Birthday: A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day
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The Queen's 90th Birthday: A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day: Monday-2:45 PM UK Time- BBC One
Live from Westminster Abbey in London, Her Majesty the Queen is joined by senior members of the royal family to lead a service of celebration for Commonwealth Day. Presented by Mishal Husain, the service features a live music performance by Ellie Goulding and a contribution from Kofi Annan-

BBC One - The Queen's 90th Birthday: A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day
Oh, I've already posted this in the birthday thread since the BBC has chosen to broadcast the service as part of the 90th birthday celebrations.
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Old 03-13-2016, 06:20 PM
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Oh, I've already posted this in the birthday thread since the BBC has chosen to broadcast the service as part of the 90th birthday celebrations.
Oh I didn't know that. I posted the link here, because it's an official engagement for several members of senior royals.
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As the event is not related to the Queen's 90th birthday, further posts on the Commonwealth service can be posted in this thread.
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Old 03-14-2016, 04:25 AM
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The Queen's 90th Birthday: A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day: Monday-2:45 PM UK Time- BBC One
Live from Westminster Abbey in London, Her Majesty the Queen is joined by senior members of the royal family to lead a service of celebration for Commonwealth Day. Presented by Mishal Husain, the service features a live music performance by Ellie Goulding and a contribution from Kofi Annan-

BBC One - The Queen's 90th Birthday: A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day
The service will also be streamed internationally on bbc.com:
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I have found in the past that the BBC website doesn't allow for streaming from non uk ip addresses.


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Old 03-14-2016, 11:47 AM
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Do anyone know if the Service will be broadcast on the BBC One Website or just BBC.com?
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Kate Middleton and Prince William to attend The Queen’s Commonwealth Day service | Daily Mail Online
First pictures of royals at the service today
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It's Commonwealth Day in the U.K. and around the world – and the royals are coming out to celebrate.

Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry took part in a special service on Monday at Westminster Abbey with their granny, Queen Elizabeth.

The service honors the nations in the Commonwealth, a voluntary organization of 53 countries, most of which were once under British rule. (In addition to the U.K., there are 15 other countries in the group that hold the Queen as their Sovereign.)
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The Queen and senior members of the Royal Family are attending a Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in central London today, as part of celebrations to mark Commonwealth Day and the Queen's 90th Birthday. .

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Prince William, Princess Catherine and Prince Harry meets members of the public and young children through Dean's Yard when attending the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey-
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