What to do if you’re anxious about coronavirus
If the current news on coronavirus (COVID-19) is making you feel anxious, concerned or stressed, here are some things you can do.Find Out More
When Will, 25, was struggling with anxiety and low mood, two friends supported him in different but equally important ways. Here he shares how it was to be on the receiving end.
In lockdown, we're all spending a lot of time in front of screens, but it can be good for our mental health to have a break sometimes. Grace, 14, shares some activities you can try.
Emily, 22, shares how she re-shaped her relationship with her cerebral palsy, and moved from denial towards acceptance.
Emetophobia is an extreme fear of anything to do with vomit. Two of our bloggers – Becca, 22, and Aimee, 16 – share their journeys with emetophobia and how they’ve learnt to cope.
"Living your life to please other people can have a major impact on your mental health." Honor, 19, shares why it's okay to put yourself and your needs first.
Struggling with your mental health can be really isolating. Sophie, 23, shares how following mental health advocates on social media helps her feel less alone.
Many of us feel shame about struggling with our mental health, making it harder to reach out for help and get better, but there's nothing to be ashamed about. Maddy shares how shame has impacted her.
With so much pressure to spend lockdown productively, it can be hard to relax fully. But Eve, 20, explains why you're not "wasting time" in this pandemic, and why it's okay to take time out.