All posts tagged emotions

Music in Film: How music can make a scene

It is a known fact that music and film go hand-in-hand. The utilisation of music within a scene, be it the official score, soundtrack or incidental, can underpin the emotions […]

Know your self-worth when in a relationship

Knowing your self-worth is an extremely unspoken thing in todays generation, especially in terms of relationships. When you find yourself in a relationship, sometimes your self-worth can take a dig […]

Friends and loved ones of those experiencing mental health problems occupy the liminal space between within and without – so what do they have to say?

Parents, siblings, extended family, friends, co-workers and peers, all of these people matter in varying ways to individuals. They are our support networks. Without them, many of us would crumble, […]

REVIEW of ‘The Gradual Disappearance of Jane Ashland’ by Nicolai Houm

“A cleverly structured novel that explores the emotions of grief and loss.” After a tragic accident that changes American writer Jane Ashland’s life, she travels to Norway in search of […]

‘The Squash’ at the Tate Britain

No this exhibition is not inspired around squash as in the sport, or as in the Robinson’s fruit juice, but rather squash as in the vegetable. Quite frankly it is […]

Writing: Paradise or Imprisonment?

Writing is a privilege that most people in the developed world obtain at a young age. This ability arms us with power and agency through expression. We derive this power […]

Food for Thought

Hello, sexy reader! Consider this as your friendly reminder to not only take care of your nutritional diet, but also the brain ‘food’ you take in and digest every day! […]

REVIEW: The Far Pavilions by M. M. Kaye

A brilliant, historical epic – CUB recommended and this month’s must read. Set in the time of Britain’s imperialist rule over India, The Far Pavilions follows the life of Ashton […]

The Life of Pie

Before I get to the nitty gritty of this article, I feel that I should define a few key terms.   To be pied off = To be blatantly ignored […]