All posts tagged counselling

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Tweedledum and Tweedledee

So today, 9th December, I should be giving birth, oh yes, you read that right. In 2016, according to the government’s website, 190,406 women in England and Wales had an […]

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QM’s Minds #1

So, this week I have handed the helm of this column over to an outsider, well, my housemate, her name is Casey Dugan, she is a second year Psychology student. […]

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Looking-Glass Insects

A support network surrounding your recovery is vital. In his book ‘In My Right Mind’, Tony Weekes emphasises the importance of family and those close to the sufferer in their […]

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The Garden of Live Flowers

Your first real taste of independence, feeling cut off and alone, a time of partying, spending too much money, meeting loads of new people, drama and isolation, studying something you […]

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‘In My Right Mind’ – One Man’s quest to challenge our thinking on mental well-being

A key benefit of writing my column is that I get to read works which discuss mental health, and ‘In My Right Mind’ by Tony Weekes, who I had the […]

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Looking-Glass House

The charity Mind, postulates: ‘Food plays an important part in our lives and most of us will spend time thinking about what we eat. Sometimes we may try to eat […]

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Child of the Pure Unclouded Brow

F*cking hell. So, I just read over my article from last week, apologies guys that was pretty bleak. I’m sure you’ll be glad to read that this week’s is even […]

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Dramatis Personae and Chessboard

So, it’s not been great recently. It hasn’t been my day, my week, my month, or even my year. I bet you all read that to the Friends theme tune […]

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Alice’s Evidence

Last week was World Mental Health Day and I published a very honest interview between myself, my friend and my flatmate. However, I did not address the specific purpose of […]