March Anxiety: Alcoholism and Mental Health

Whilst deciding what issue I would like to focus on for this monthly anxiety article for March, I found myself debating a few different ideas. World Bi-Polar Day, Self-Injury Awareness Day and University Mental Health Day all provided such interesting angles to take, so it would prove difficult to narrow down the topic. In theContinue reading “March Anxiety: Alcoholism and Mental Health”

Self-Care and its Benefits: Back to Basics

How many times has someone told you to take care or look after yourself for you to respond with something along the lines of ‘thank you, you too’? It happens more than we think but its very rare that we actually break down what is being said. To look after yourself or take care mayContinue reading “Self-Care and its Benefits: Back to Basics”

Depression: Back to Basics

If you search for a definition of depression, one of the first results will read ‘feelings of severe despondency and dejection.’ To lay it out in the simplest way possible, depression is a severe feeling of sadness. Although the main issue with this is that depression isn’t that simple, so the definition shouldn’t be either.Continue reading “Depression: Back to Basics”

Anxiety: Back to Basics

Anxiety is an extremely common emotion, and most likely has been felt by every person at some point in their lives, and usually this feeling is nothing to be overly concerned about. However, it is when this feeling of anxiety lingers and grows that it becomes a concern and issue in our lives. Generalised AnxietyContinue reading “Anxiety: Back to Basics”

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