You Aren’t ‘A Bit OCD’ – Guest Blog

You Aren’t ‘A Bit OCD’ – Guest Blog

About 1 in 50 people in the UK suffers from OCD at some point in their lives, which equates to over 1 million people*. I am one of those people! I am in my early 30s and was diagnosed with depression first, then anxiety and then OCD. I have been battling with this...
Springtime Sadness

Springtime Sadness

Blooming flowers, bunnies, Easter chocolate, lighter evenings and (hopefully) warmer temperatures – what’s not to love? It’s seen as the time for new beginnings and fresh starts, winter is over and summer is coming! And yet, for me, and many people...
International Women’s Day – Be Bold

International Women’s Day – Be Bold

It’s time to talk about women’s mental health. Suicide is the leading cause of death in men. But did you also know that suicide is the leading cause of death for women under the age of 35? It’s the second most common cause of death in new mothers and...
After the Scars #TakeCare

After the Scars #TakeCare

The first article I ever wrote for Threads back in 2012 was on the subject of scars. I had just finished my degree and I’d not self-harmed for a year, I was eating nearly normally, embarking on a research degree and trying to work out how to live in this new place of...