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Breaking down barriers: living with Bipolar

Welcome to a life of bipolar! It’s amazing, and it sucks (insert irony emoji here). I write this for one reason and one reason only: to broaden our awareness of the mental health conditions distributed throughout our society. Somatic conditions are...

How you can make a difference during COVID-19

We are in tough tricky times at the moment and right now we need to help each other in whatever way we can. There are several things you can do to give a helping hand and make a difference during COVID-19 so we are all standing together at the end...

How to do nothing

Ok, so I know what you’re thinking: “Uh, I’m pretty much an expert at that already, thanks; I happen to be doing nothing right now, instead of studying”. But did you know that doing nothing is actually really good for you? And also, you’re reading –...

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Mental health over the holiday season

It’s holiday time which means no more reason to stress or feel anxious right? Not exactly. Just because exams are over doesn’t mean we should stop looking after ourselves. The only person who can take care of your mental health is you. It’s...

Put your well-being first

by Amy Carlon Juggling university, work and your personal life sometimes feels like you have no time left to take care of yourself. Although it can be hard, the key is to take a step back and make sure you’re looking after your own health too...

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