There's something pleasantly surprising about walking down streets in South America. You never know if you'll come across some amazing (but sometimes oddly placed) street art, a protest, someone selling fruit and veg on their doorstep, a friendly street dog or friendly local, an unexpected beautiful view or the face of Simone de Beauvoir. If… Continue reading Through the Lens: South America.
If you weren’t aware, I suffer from migraines, which is a condition where at any moment I could get debilitating symptoms, such as loss of vision, loss of speech, weakness and numbness in different parts of my body, nausea and incredible pain. The easiest way to describe it is I get a temporary stroke for… Continue reading Chronic Illness and CoVid-19
Dear Reader, whoever you may be. That opening feels oddly reminiscent of Jane Eyre, which brings me back to many memories of English lessons in a slightly too-cold classroom with red plastic chairs. How are you? We haven’t spoken in forever. Hah. Get it? I’m well. Well, as well as can be, I suppose. Today… Continue reading Letters From Lockdown 60: Georgia Hunt
Due to the personal nature of this article, the author has chosen to remain anonymous. This is something any of our writers are able to do, just get in touch to talk about it. Last term at uni was one of the strangest and perhaps scariest of my life. After a brilliant start to my… Continue reading Mental Health Awareness Week 2020: My Experience with Dissociation
Content Warning: talk of death/grief I chose the title to this article deliberately. There is no getting "over" grief, you merely get through the worst of it. The way I do this will be different to everyone around me, just as they will be different from each other, but there are some techniques we can… Continue reading How to be productive in lockdown: Learn how to get THROUGH grief.