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Our Director of Communications and Campaigns, Tom Madders, reflects on how our campaigning has made a difference in 2020, and what’s next in 2021.
When Louisa, 17, lost her grandmother in December last year, she found Christmas really difficult. Here she shares some things she wishes someone had told her at the time.
When Tara, 18, was struggling with anxiety and low mood at the start of lockdown, her doctor suggested she try taking the antidepressant sertraline. Here she shares her experience.
The festive period can be a really difficult time of year if you've lost someone. Zoe, 20, shares her tips for coping with grief at Christmas.
We asked our bloggers what small habits they have that help them look after their mental health. Here’s what they said.
The expectation for Christmas to be a 'happy' season can put a lot of pressure on young people struggling with their mental health. Becky shares how it's okay to be sad at Christmas.
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.