All posts tagged mental health

Give it a read ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ by Richard Carlson.

Book Review: A Personal favourite of mine so far…         I continually read biographies, autobiographies and self-help, a lot of the time non-fiction. These are books which grab […]

How Well Can We Truly Know Someone?

A line from Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities reads: ‘[it is] a wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret […]

Feel Good with 100 Wardour St’s new pop up bar in aid of mental health.

Without sounding like an alcoholic, I personally never need an excuse to drink. However, if I ever did, then 100 Wardour St is giving the public the perfect incentive. The […]

Queer Voices on the Intersection of Queerness and Mental Health

TW: Queerphobia, Homophobia, Transphobia, Violence, Self-harm, Suicide, Hate crime, Mental illness, Mental health As we mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots this Pride month, it becomes important now […]

Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton

“Nearly everything I know about love, I’ve learnt from my long-term friendships with women.” Dolly Alderton is a journalist and writer who published her debut novel, Everything I Know About […]

It Is What It Is?— Power and Passivity as Seen on Love Island

As Brits, we all know the power of being passive aggressive — a trait that is perfectly encapsulated on this series of ITV2’s Love Island. “Can we have a chat?” […]

Inkpot: You & I

I wrote this piece to portray the voices in our heads: one bad and one good. These voices may appear from something someone once said or you overhead, whether it […]

The (Un)Bearable Madness of Being: An Introduction

Welcome to our newest column- The (Un)Bearable Madness of Being: Mental illness has been a chronic part of my life since I was twelve, so, at this rate, you might […]

Begone Stigma: Women and Plastic Surgery

It is not uncommon to hear the words ‘fake’ and ‘unrealistic’ when a conversation about plastic surgery comes up. Guys will usually chip in their two cents and mention how […]