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
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.
With restrictions on seeing people, it's only natural for us to feel lonely in lockdown sometimes. Will, 25, shares three tips that have helped him to cope.
When Eleanor, 25, was struggling with anxiety and low mood at uni, her doctor prescribed her sertraline, an SSRI antidepressant. She shares what the experience was like for her.
It can be hard to find motivation in lockdown, whether that be to study, work or anything else. Mary, 19, shares three tips that have helped her stay motivated at uni.
"In a difficult time like this, it can be easy to lose track of how we’re coping and feel disconnected from our own feelings." Elise, 23, shares her tips for checking in with yourself during the pandemic.
Taking medication for your mental health can feel scary, especially if you don't know what to expect. Freya, 22, shares what she has learnt about taking medication.