All posts tagged mental

Madison’s Rooftop Yoga Summer Series – Launching the 5th of June.

Boost your health, happiness and physical and mental wellbeing this summer with Madison’s feel good rooftop yoga! Repeat after me: inhale, now exhale. Just writing those words makes me feel […]

It’s OK to let it be about you

In secondary, I had a friend who had anxiety. Awful as it was for her, she often used it as a loophole to get out of deadlines. I remember one […]

Drink Spiking – Be Aware

As I close the chapter that is university in the book of my life so far, I find myself reflecting upon my three-year journey and naturally Fresher’s Week comes to […]

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 […]

Personal Platform: ‘Lines on Maps’.

Consider the history of the world Imagine how things would be if it didn’t matter if you were a boy and I was a girl Imagine how it would feel […]

Everyone thinks I’m overly dramatic when I’m stressed. When an octopus is stressed, it eats itself. Now that’s overdramatic: International Stress Awareness Week.

So, the UK is a pretty stressed out load of people. I can’t be the only one that sometimes feel like, I wake up stressed, I get ready stressed, I […]

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 […]

Fancy being locked in a room for an hour? Try an Escape Room!

Fancy being locked in a room for an hour? Escape rooms have been all the rage lately, what with them being showcased on popular television shows such as the Big […]

WebMD, Let Me Be! (on Cyberchondria)

The word Google is silly and abstract. It sounds like ‘giggle’, and ‘ogle’, and ‘boogey’. The website design itself is enticingly minimalist, indicating order and simplicity in yielding results to […]