A for Anxiety

Do you really want to know what my anxiety feels like? Close your eyes. You’ll find yourself alone in the front carriage of a rollercoaster. You can hear and see people around you below on the ground, laughing and chatting. You think you might even recognise some of them. You wave to them and yell…… Continue reading A for Anxiety

Why we need to put ‘health’ back into ‘mental health’

They say a picture says a thousand words. I think the one above says a billion. From a young age we learn the importance of plastering a cut. We practise playing doctors and nurses; attempting to cure any ailment (real or imaginary) our parents may have had with our bandages and a plastic stethoscope. As… Continue reading Why we need to put ‘health’ back into ‘mental health’