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Together with The Children’s Society and Youth Access we held an online event to tell the Government and MPs about the need to improve early mental health support for young people. Here’s what we, along with our Activist Ben, told them.
We often hear that Christmas is a time for family, but what if we have a difficult relationship with our family? One of our bloggers shares their advice.
Victoria, 21, explains what positive psychology is and shares some practical techniques you can use to improve your mental health during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
A parent shares eight activities you can try with your teenager to spend some quality time together during the pandemic.
Laura, 21, shares her experience of borderline personality disorder (BPD) and the things she wishes people knew about this often misunderstood condition.
Four of our bloggers share how they're coping with feelings of hopelessness during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two of our bloggers share their experiences of coping with an eating disorder at university, as well as their advice to young people in the same situation.
Elsa, 18, shares how bullying can leave young people feeling isolated, and gives her tips for standing up against bullying.