If You’re Struggling Please Read This

Depression is temporary, suicide is permanent. Nobody should ever suffer in silence, read this if you’re struggling.

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Existential Anxiety Killed Avicii and People Still Don’t Take it Seriously

Avicii’s suicide is one of the many cases which show how serious mental health can be, read about the dangers of existential anxiety here.

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How I Hid Depression With Instagram

Covering up mental illnesses with a few filtered photos is easy, here’s how I did it.

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What People Don’t Tell You About Uni

University are the best yet worst years of your life: loneliness, party culture and the things no one tells you about when applying.

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Has Social Media Made Mental Illness Fashionable?

With mental health awareness at an all time high, do we risk making real mental illnesses a fashionable trend? Let’s look at both sides.

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Harmful Self-Medication: 5 Things You Need to Stop Doing

It can be so difficult to face up to mental health issues and personally, it has taken far too long for me to identify and notice what was going wrong. It’s all about learning what betters and worsens our life and creating a routine of growth towards a healthier you. Self-medication can either help or…

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A Healthier Social Feed: Top 4 Mental Health Influencers

As i’ve mentioned in previous posts, I’ve recently became so bored with the same Instagram feed of pretty outfits and MUA make-up looks. I went on a mass unfollowing spree one day of any accounts that I tended to compare my life to and that gave me encouragement for unhealthy patterns and behaviours – by…

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How You Can Help: 6 Signs a Loved One Is Suicidal

We all want to help when it’s too late. Here are the major signs to look for if a loved one is suicidal.

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Instagram vs. Reality: A Movement

Reality TV stars and influencers are starting to finally take a stand to cut the filtered bullsh*t.

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Dry January: How Going Sober Can Improve Your Mental Health

After a December full of constant drinking and countless glasses of gin, January is usually a quiet month for the nightlife industry. Clubs are bare and pubs are no where near as packed as they were a few weeks ago, as everyone settles down for ‘Dry January’ in a pledge to avoid alcohol for the…

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