Often, you hear advice telling you to “just be yourself”. Why is it so hard? How can we just be ourselves?Read More
“I believe [negative thoughts] can be recognised as the sometimes random ticker tape message of the brain” In this interview, I ask a psychotherapist named Dan about his ideas surrounding issues in mental health. He responds with his own understanding and experience as well as some views on how they might be tackled – through…Read More
Joséphine Mwanvua runs a motivational mental health blog dedicated to “guiding you through mental rehabilitation from depression and anxiety”. In the following interview, I ask Joséphine about her own experience of mental illness and stigma, as well as her ideas on how we can eradicate such stigma through education and providing support to those suffering.Read More
Paul Green (Mindfump) writes witty, thought-provoking and uplifting articles on mental health.
After reading many of these, including The Secret History of Depression, Mental Illness Has No Chance and When Depression Was Your Friend, I became interested in knowing more of Paul’s story and his perspectives.Read More
The first interview in a series of articles aiming to enlighten stories as well as strategies related to mental health.Read More
Psychological concepts of schizophrenia are fairly limited in isolation. Here, I look into how they might be better understood in a more holistic framework.Read More
How can one develop self-confidence? Is it something that can be moulded and strengthened to a level we wish it to be?Read More