You maybe thinking about starting a mental health blog of your own and this guide will help you find your purpose for doing so and lead you to answer the big question – the why.
And that’s the end of Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Over this week there have been some great blogs and content all about eating disorders. This year’s theme was carers, those supporting people as they are trying to beat their ED. […]
Eating Disorders Awareness Week is here and much like last year I’ll be rounding up the best content fo the week and sharing my thoughts on that.
I’m running 26.2 miles this month and I’d love for you to know why. Read this post and if you’d consider donating to save lives – much appricated.
Choosing to have your DMs open is a big decision. Here I’m breaking down what that means, wheather you should have them open and what to do instead.
There was some amazing content for Mental Health Awareness Week 2019. Here is only a snapshot of the massive amounts of content that was produced for the week.
Mental Health Awareness Week has ended. But are we going to forget what has happened? Here’s why it’s important that we continue what we started.
Having better body image isn’t about having surgery! Here are some things the Mental Health Foundation recommend for having more body satisfaction.
The Mental Health Foundation have put together some amazing research about body image. Here, we’re going to be digesting exactly why body image is an issue.
What do you think of when you see ‘body image’. Do you jump straight to the class anorexia stereotype. But body image isn’t all about that.