I realised recently that people tend to have one of two mindsets in how they perceive our temporal orientation ‘after’ the Covid-19 pandemic. Or, perhaps more accurately,…… Read more “Another ‘new normal’; adjusting to a post-pandemic society.”
Joanna The Mad: Mentally ill monarch or political pawn?
‘Mad’ monarchs have always been studied as fascinating case studies on the treatment of histories mentally ill, perhaps because there are just so many of them, and…… Read more “Joanna The Mad: Mentally ill monarch or political pawn?”
Managing stress during the coronavirus pandemic
Disclaimer: this post was written just prior to the UK entering lockdown. It’s needless to say that the world is currently, collectively facing an incredibly stressful time…… Read more “Managing stress during the coronavirus pandemic”
A look into the psychology of my paranormal experiences
It’s always intrigued me that when you begin to talk about holding any kind of paranormal belief – particularly within a scientific context – you’ll be viewed…… Read more “A look into the psychology of my paranormal experiences”
My experience with anxiety medication, and addressing the stigmas
‘Meds’ can be a daunting thing to bring up, especially when it comes to medicating for a mental health issue. Many won’t understand the necessity, as your…… Read more “My experience with anxiety medication, and addressing the stigmas”
The toxicity of online ‘anti-recovery’ communities.
For many people suffering with mental illness, it can be profoundly difficult to seek treatment and support. However, most would still certainly prefer not to be sick,…… Read more “The toxicity of online ‘anti-recovery’ communities.”
The government is failing mentally ill young people: here are their stories
In recent times, there’s been a lot of voiced frustration about the government’s lack of support for our NHS, from complaints regarding excessive waiting room times to…… Read more “The government is failing mentally ill young people: here are their stories”
10 tips for travelling with confidence when you have anxiety
It’s important to understand that everyone’s anxiety is different. Some may have no issues with travelling at all, or may find stepping outside their comfort zone to…… Read more “10 tips for travelling with confidence when you have anxiety”
The silent generation: how attitudes to mental health have evolved since WW2.
There are a lot of things that separate millennials and Gen Z’ers from their surviving grandparents. Our attitudes towards marriage and sexuality, religiousness, lifestyle and even fashion…… Read more “The silent generation: how attitudes to mental health have evolved since WW2.”