Men, Boys and Eating Disorders

Men, Boys and Eating Disorders

We are all human beings, regardless of our gender, ethnicity or sexuality. Yet despite all of that being true, there is still so much prejudice and discrimination against mental health when it comes to who you are.  What strikes me as the most alarming thing about this issue, is that there are so many boys [...]

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MHAW 2017 | Survive or Thrive?

MHAW 2017 | Survive or Thrive?

So far this year there has been a flood of coverage for the awareness of mental health, and for good reason. Recently Mental Health Foundation commissioned NatCen conducted a survey of 2,290 people from across England, Scotland and Wales to find out about the state of their mental health. The results provide strong evidence that [...]

Smile Against the Stigma

Smile Against the Stigma

It seems that the buzzwords for 2017 so far has been 'mental health' and with extremely good reason. With documentaries across all of the TV channels, the international phenomenon that has been '13 Reasons Why' and the launch of the Royal family's new charity 'Heads Together', there has never seemed to be so much awareness being [...]

Early Intervention || EDAW 2017

Early Intervention || EDAW 2017

From today, February 27th -March 5th it is Eating Disorder Awareness Week and as this is a subject very close to my heart so I hope to be able to share my own experiences throughout this week to help raise some awareness and hopefully give others hope that they too can recover. First of all, let's just [...]

Pledge For Parity

Pledge For Parity

From the early 1900's, International Women's Day has become a globally recognised celebration of women's achievements across social, cultural, economical and political areas. It also highlights the campaign to establish equality between both genders worldwide. Since the beginning of this occasion, there has been hugely significant changes to the way women are seen and treated, bringing a [...]