Q&A with Rebecca Schiller, author of Earthed: A Memoir Rebecca Schiller is a writer,...Read More
Category: Mental Health
‘As a queer asylum seeker I can’t be myself with healthcare professionals. They just don’t understand’
Guest post by Ceecee, a member of Women for Refugee Women’s Rainbow Sisters Group for LBT...Read More
Dec 3, 2020 | Mental Health
Guest post by Deborah Coughlin, founder of Wakey In November, mental health focused breakfast TV...Read More
Nov 17, 2020 | Mental Health
Guest post by Mary Raftopoulos, co-founder of This Is Impt Mary is the co-founder of This Is Impt,...Read More
Guest post by Olugbemi Moronfolu. Content warning: bulimia and its physical effects The writer of...Read More
Guest post by Christina Ivey The writer of this guest post was paid for her contribution thanks to...Read More
Q&A with Soraya Stuart from Black Minds Matter UK Black Minds Matter UK is a charitable fund...Read More
When physical disability and mental ill-health collide: ‘At least we know now you’re not making it up’
Aug 7, 2019 | Mental Health
Guest post by Philippa Willitts People often see that I walk with crutches and ask me how I became...Read More
Antidepressant withdrawal and serotonin syndrome: ‘I felt like I was dying, but doctors put it down to my mental health problems’
Guest post by Fiona In writing this, I am hoping to help others through my experience. I have been...Read More
‘This isn’t just something all women go through, like starting your period or having a zit on prom night’: living with PMDD
Guest post by Elaina Moscato April is PMDD Awareness Month. According to Mind: “premenstrual...Read More
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