Helping You, Help Yourself

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Community-Driven Website and Content

Here is what you need to know about Minded Boggle and the Minded Boggle Community:

The website and content are created by individuals from the Minded Boggle Community who have experienced mental health challenges and want to inspire others to strive towards a brighter future.

Minded Boggle is designed for self-help and self-improvement purposes ONLY

Please note, we cannot be held responsible for any personal discoveries that may arise as a result of using our website.

We are not trained professionals.

While we don’t have professional training, we have something equally valuable – real-life experiences that we have been able to overcome. Our expertise comes from living through mental struggles rather than from a traditional educational background.

We urge caution when browsing through our content.

It’s possible that certain materials may contain triggers that can be difficult to confront. Our recommendation for users is to disengage and seek support if they begin to feel overwhelmed by these triggers.

Our approach is non-judgmental and positive.

Our goal is to offer insightful wellbeing information that genuinely makes a difference. We understand that self-improvement can be tough, and the last thing you need is to battle self-criticism.

Our Content is not designed to be a substitute for professional treatments.

We encourage our users to seek out professional or medical services. Especially if/when they experience significant distress.

Engaging with Minded Boggle Content

To ensure a safe and positive experience

Please read and adhere to the following guidelines and policies before engaging with Minded Boggle content:


  • You must be over the age of 18 and committed to making positive changes in your life.

  • You are not currently in the midst of a mental episode that requires immediate medical attention or poses a risk to yourself or others.

  • The content provided by Minded Boggle is intended for self-help purposes only and should not be used to manipulate or diagnose yourself or others.

  • You agree not to use our content to criticise or blame others.

  • Our in-depth content is designed to assist with overcoming trauma and other adverse experiences, but should be used with caution.

  • You are dedicated to stabilising your mental wellbeing and avoiding victimhood.

  • You are committed to approaching this process with transparency and honesty.

  • Any comments or posts must be considerate and respectful. If you encounter problematic or triggering Content, please contact us directly at [email protected] or [email protected].

  • You are committed to forgiveness, both for yourself and others, in regards to past events.

  • Redistribution of our content without our written consent is prohibited.

  • You accept responsibility for your own behaviours.

  • You are voluntarily engaging in this process and not being coerced or forced into self-improvement.

  • You understand that mental illness does not have a definitive cure and treatment is a lifelong adaptive process.

  • While our information serves as trusted advice and recommendations, it is not an instruction manual. Users are not required to engage in anything they do not want to.

  • We offer an advice service for members who may feel lost on their journey. Please note that this is not a rapid response service and should not be used during a mental health crisis.

Privacy Policy

Who we are

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When a visitor leaves a comment on our site, we gather the information displayed in the comment form, along with the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to identify spam.

If you use the Gravatar service, an anonymous string created from your email address (also known as a hash) may be provided to them to verify your identity. You can read the Gravatar service’s privacy policy at Your profile picture will be visible to the public in the context of your comment after it has been approved.


It is recommended that you avoid uploading images with embedded location data (EXIF GPS) to your website. This is because visitors to your website can download and extract location data from the images, which may compromise the privacy and security of your content.


At our site, we utilise cookies to enhance your experience. If you leave a comment, you may opt to save your name, email, and website in cookies for your convenience. This way, you won’t have to re-enter your details the next time you leave a comment. These cookies will remain for one year.

We also use a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies when you visit our login page. This cookie contains no personal data and is deleted when you close your browser.

Additional Cookies

Once you have logged in, we create several cookies to save your login details and screen preferences.

Login cookies last for two days, while screen option cookies last for a year. If you select “Remember Me”, your login will persist for two weeks. Should you log out of your account, the login cookies will be deleted.

When you create or modify an article, another cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie does not contain any personal information and only indicates the post ID of the article you edited. It will expire after 1 day.

Embedded content from other websites

Our articles may contain embedded content, such as videos, images, and articles, from other websites. Please note that this embedded content functions in the same way as if you had visited the other website directly.

It’s important to be aware that these websites may collect data about you, use cookies, and embed additional third-party tracking tools to monitor your interaction with their embedded content. This includes tracking your interaction with the content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.

How long we retain your data

When you leave a comment, we keep the comment and its metadata for an indefinite period. This is to ensure that we can automatically approve any follow-up comments instead of holding them in a moderation queue.

In the event that a user registers on our website, the personal information stored in their user profile is also retained. All users have the ability to view, edit, or delete their personal information, with the exception of their username. Additionally, website administrators can access and modify this information.

What rights you have over your data

If you have an account or have commented on our website, you can ask for an exported file of the personal information we have on you, which includes any data you’ve given us. Additionally, you can ask us to delete all personal data we have on you. Please note that this does not include data we are required to keep for legal, administrative, or security reasons.

Where your data is sent

Automated spam detection service will be used to review visitor comments.

What we do with your data

We take your privacy seriously at Minded Boggle. The following outlines how we handle the information you provide us.

Privacy Policy

  • Public comments are monitored by us to remove unhelpful or triggering comments. We also encourage users to be mindful of what they post.

  • Your feedback is valuable to us as it helps us improve our current and future content.

  • If you wish to share personal stories with us, we request that you do so through private correspondence via email.

  • We prohibit the sharing of personal information such as real names and locations to prevent public access. We cannot be held responsible for any consequences that may arise from the sharing of such information.

  • Cookies are used on our site to track anonymous data, which helps us improve our services and content. We encourage users to clear their cookies and browser cache periodically to maintain smooth device performance.

  • Personal information shared with us is used to enhance the quality of our content and ensure it meets our users’ needs.

  • You are committed to approaching this process with transparency and honesty.

  • In case of emergency mental health issues, we are not equipped to provide immediate assistance. We encourage users to seek out professional treatments and support if they find themselves struggling with anything.


What are they?

Self-pledges are commitments that you make to yourself to achieve self-improvement goals. These promises serve as your driving force to persevere until you succeed.

Where are they?

As you engage with our more in-depth content, you’ll discover inspiring ideas for self-pledges and tips for how to accomplish each one. Each pledge will provide you with its benefits and offer guidance on how to surmount any obstacles that may arise.

Examples of (my) Self-Pledges

  • I pledge to control myself and avoid causing others the same pain I have experienced.

  • I pledge to regulate my emotions and prevent them from getting out of hand.

  • I pledge to treat myself with greater kindness, which allows me to make positive changes.

  • I pledge to be honest with myself, learn from my mistakes, and not be too hard on myself.

  • I pledge to understand my emotions and not manipulate others by projecting them onto them.

  • I pledge to remind myself of my goals and why self-improvements are worthwhile.

  • I pledge to maintain my well-being by seeking professional help when necessary.

  • I pledge to participate in self-care routines and introspection to sustain my progress.

  • I pledge to forgive myself for my past mistakes and forgive others to move forward in life.

  • I pledge to avoid judging others for their struggles and prevent my emotions from taking over.

  • While I still have a ways to go, I pledge to become less reactive to things beyond my control.

  • I pledge to not define myself by my feelings, but rather remember that I am more than that.