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WHO WE ARE

We are a movement of entrepreneurs, gamechangers and innovators. 

We did not know each other one year ago, but today we are MediBee. 

A crew blended of amazing Englishmen and Scandinavian professionals, who are connected and devoted to the development of mobile app solutions, who have their focus on better mental health, limit medical side effects and create awareness on the growing medicine consumption and dependency all around the world.

We are split up in two company structures, each with a unique app solution, aiming to support the same audience, offering different help and support. 

Both are solutions in constant development and movement, involving different professional and personal knowledge, insights, and experience, in close collaboration with patients and health care.

Our vision is to limit the amount of people, who are affected by dependency and addiction of high risk medication, medical side effects and to prevent people with mental health challenges experiencing loneliness and hopelessness, as well as to provide inspiration and positive inputs in their daily lives. 

Welcome to MediBee !

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The Science of Pets

The Science of Pets

Not everyone loves pets. Some people just don’t. If you are a pet lover, like me, you don’t get it. But I’m not judgemental.  I grew up with having only dogs as pets. My mom is allergic to dogs and cats, but she realised she can’t keep this experience from us, so she...

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Taking Back My Confidence

Taking Back My Confidence

Confidence is an important thing to have in life and when you don’t have it, you experience almost the feeling of being lost and hopeless. Marcus Garvey once said “If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life”.  In the last couple of...

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Don’t let your illness change your ability into DISability

Don’t let your illness change your ability into DISability

It’s a common mistake of society to assume you know what mental health is all about. But we all do it, I have just done it myself with the very first sentence in this blog. To generalise something, just because you “think” you know all about it. Like I said in my...

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Behind the smiley face

Behind the smiley face

I’m not an actor or comedian of any sorts. Yet, I just love to make people laugh. So since the day I’ve realised that I can make people laugh, it became my public face. If you have a ‘public face’, it’s just so much easier to hide who you really are or what you really...

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How my Physical Disability lead to my Mental Health Issues

How my Physical Disability lead to my Mental Health Issues

A little statistic for you….. Currently over 15 million people in the UK alone are living with one or more long term condition and more that 4 million of these people just so happen to also have mental health issues. My story  Now if you would have told me 6 years ago...

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The Big D (not in a good way)

The Big D (not in a good way)

The first time I met with the Big D, I was a teenager in a new high school full of children I found strange and scary. Up to then, I liked school. I was a good student (I think). But in the middle of my first year in high school, we moved to a big city, with a big...

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Range of Emotions

Range of Emotions

One of the joys of Borderline Personality Disorder is the constant change of emotions. This is true with all types of depression, the struggle with emotions, but I am mainly going to refer to Borderline. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is also known as Emotional...

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I am an Addict

I am an Addict

What do you think I am addicted to? Drugs? Alcohol? If only it was that easy to explain. I am an addiction for pain. Not physical pain either, I’m not talking about self-harm here. The pain I am talking about is emotional and mental. I am addicted to putting myself in...

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How I let anxiety run my life

How I let anxiety run my life

I have let my anxiety run my life for as long as I can remember. I look back on certain memories and wonder how they would have actually happened had I not had anxiety. It’s not always easy to have a normal life when you have anxiety hanging over you and it often ends...

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The Science of Pets

The Science of Pets

Not everyone loves pets. Some people just don’t. If you are a pet lover, like me, you don’t get it. But I’m not judgemental.  I grew up with having only dogs as pets. My mom is allergic to dogs and cats, but she realised she can’t keep this experience from us, so she...

read more
Taking Back My Confidence

Taking Back My Confidence

Confidence is an important thing to have in life and when you don’t have it, you experience almost the feeling of being lost and hopeless. Marcus Garvey once said “If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life”.  In the last couple of...

read more
Don’t let your illness change your ability into DISability

Don’t let your illness change your ability into DISability

It’s a common mistake of society to assume you know what mental health is all about. But we all do it, I have just done it myself with the very first sentence in this blog. To generalise something, just because you “think” you know all about it. Like I said in my...

read more
Behind the smiley face

Behind the smiley face

I’m not an actor or comedian of any sorts. Yet, I just love to make people laugh. So since the day I’ve realised that I can make people laugh, it became my public face. If you have a ‘public face’, it’s just so much easier to hide who you really are or what you really...

read more
How my Physical Disability lead to my Mental Health Issues

How my Physical Disability lead to my Mental Health Issues

A little statistic for you….. Currently over 15 million people in the UK alone are living with one or more long term condition and more that 4 million of these people just so happen to also have mental health issues. My story  Now if you would have told me 6 years ago...

read more
The Big D (not in a good way)

The Big D (not in a good way)

The first time I met with the Big D, I was a teenager in a new high school full of children I found strange and scary. Up to then, I liked school. I was a good student (I think). But in the middle of my first year in high school, we moved to a big city, with a big...

read more
Range of Emotions

Range of Emotions

One of the joys of Borderline Personality Disorder is the constant change of emotions. This is true with all types of depression, the struggle with emotions, but I am mainly going to refer to Borderline. Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is also known as Emotional...

read more
I am an Addict

I am an Addict

What do you think I am addicted to? Drugs? Alcohol? If only it was that easy to explain. I am an addiction for pain. Not physical pain either, I’m not talking about self-harm here. The pain I am talking about is emotional and mental. I am addicted to putting myself in...

read more
Isolating yourself

Isolating yourself

Never in a million years would I have thought that I would have days where I hide away. If you were to ask anyone that knows me, they would definitely say that it is out of character. Having Arthritis is the hardest thing I have ever had to go through and I’m still...

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