There’s a wariness associated with mental illness. I feel apprehensive about sharing my experience with new people that I meet. But I’ve recently decided to talk more about it. It’s important. And, in sharing my story, I often feel reassured that people can relate. They can clearly see how it happened. But why couldn’t I see it when I was becoming more ill?
It’s not always easy to make the switch t reusable alternatives, but as Heather Dalgleish reveals, a lot of small investments at the beginning can save you money, and the planet, in the long run. Here are some top tips for turning your bathroom more sustainable!
Loving your own company is something everyone should learn and its never too late
Your relationship with food can be complex, especially in the context of declining mental health. Heather Dalgleish writes how she learned to combat eating as a response to mental health difficulties. (TW: Eating, Food, Body Image, Counting Calories, Body Dysmorphia)
Even if you love food, your relationship with it can seriously impact your mental health. Chloe Dalgleish writes how she dealt with issues arising from her own relationship with food. (TW: Eating disorders)
Lets talk Asian hate and why it runs so deep in UK society, and around western countries all over the world
Periods have been happening since the dawn of time, but why are they so shameful? We discuss why periods aren’t best swept under the rug
In light of Sarah Everard murder, we find ourselves as women, worried about what happens at night. But we should reclaim the hours…
In her debut for In Full Bloom, Ellen Mae Page captures the mood of the moment in asking why women aren’t allowed to feel safe in public spaces in society or believed in the public eye.
As part of our series honouring International Women’s Day we thought it prescient to bring attention to the British welfare campaigner Emily Hobhouse. Throughout her life, Hobhouse was committed to combatting injustice and wasn’t afraid to bring public attention to the failures of a mighty British imperial government at the turn of the 20th century.