We’ve collated a handful of the many things you need to know in 2018 about mental health and World Mental Health Day 2018.
The Manchester University Students’ Union Advice Service has recently announced that they will be the trialling the offering of single-use drug testing kits to check whether any other substances or harmful adulterants have been added in to the illegal drugs students are buying and consuming.
The growth of the digital world has revolutionised our lives, from finding information by talking to Siri, to catching up with an old friend with your fingertips. read more
The experience of having a bereavement can be a very sudden, surprising, and traumatic event in people’s lives; yet it is also a very common experience. read more
I feel horny and decide to search for porn online. I click for images, remembering to put safe search on and thinking of some words that match my interest. It seems really strange and a bit wrong typing in the names of the things I want to see. But exciting at the same time. I click through to what I find. There is so much available! read more
Stress management skills are important for good mental health in general, but are particularly necessary if someone is in the midst of an addiction problem, is in recovery, or is relapsing. read more
Depression and anxiety are separate issues but often their symptoms can overlap. They can be so all-consuming for some people that they feel unable to go about their daily lives without it seriously impairing them in some way. It is important to understand depression and anxiety’s separate characteristics, in order to best help the individual struggling with either issue or both.