All posts tagged Anxiety

Escalators, Plane Crashes, and Noisy Fans – An Introduction to Intrusively Introspective

It’s 2:30 in the afternoon – you’ve just rushed onto your Heathrow after somehow managing to single-handedly stop a three-story escalator by dropping a £1 coin after trying to collect […]

The Threat of another General Election is here. May’s lost another vote. Comedy or tragedy, fellas?

It is the 16th of March, 2019. Funny thing – if you take 16 and 3, you get 19. Hilarious stuff, sides splitting, ribs shattered, hideous pain – the lot. Unfunny […]

The Year Of The Period: Meet The People De-Stigmatising Menstruation Once And For All.

A lot of us suffer from PMS, but what about those that experience PMDD? Periods are bloody annoying aren’t they? For a week, every month, I become a bloated and […]

Pathfinder Student Ambassador Programme – all you need to know

As a final year student I am constantly bombarded with the same question: ‘what are you going to do after university?’. To be quite honest with you, I don’t know. […]

Book Review: ‘Jog On’ by Bella Mackie

Picture this: A freezing, rainy February day in beautiful Mile End. I’m homesick. The Philadelphia Eagles have just won the Super Bowl. My friends back in the States have travelled home to be […]

Personal Platform: ‘I said it first. And last’

This piece is about the first time that you say you love your partner and the feelings aren’t mutual. The piece was inspired by sabrina benaim, a spoken word poet […]

A Commuter’s Guide to London – How to Thrive, Not Just Survive

As someone who commutes an hour to uni whenever I have class and has spent two years travelling into the City during peak rush hour for work, I’ve picked up […]

Awkward Sexual Moments – Part 2.

No matter how many times you have sex there will always be awkward moments that either kill the mood or send you and your partner into hysterics, and no matter […]

Words and mental health: In order to break stigmas do we have to change our vocabulary?

“You’re so mental.” “You went mad mate.” Words, they’re a tricky thing. There’s the old saying “sticks and stones may break my bones but words cannot hurt me.” With most […]