For all the strides we’ve made in the mental health conversation, suicide (and feeling suicidal) still remains the great taboo.
I’m not a minimalist or even particularly tidy – but does the path to happiness begin with getting rid?
Making art isn’t always easy. But if it adversely affects your mental health, it’s time to wonder what you’re really looking for.
You can’t miss someone all the time, of course: you have to live and get on. But sometimes it’s important, to sit and remember.
Writer’s block and anxiety are a horrible mix, especially when writing defines who you are – so what’s a girl to do? Answer: nothing whatsoever.
Learning to hate your body is effortless. Undoing that process takes a great deal more thought.
The voice of anxiety is always ready to stop us from living our lives to the full – so sometimes, you just have to stick two fingers up and take a leap of faith.
Dealing with anxiety doesn’t always mean a ferocious plan of attack – sometimes, you just have to sit with it and let the feelings roll through.
On #TimeToTalk day, it’s time to move the mental health conversation into the real world.
Sadly, alcohol and anxiety can go hand in hand – so does sobering up for a month straight actually help?