Dealing with loss, in any form, is extremely difficult, especially with the added pressure of looming exams and trying to maintain the social life that's expected to come hand-in-hand with university. Here are some tips to help deal with grief...
Mental illness affects pretty much everyone, either directly or indirectly, at some point in their lives. This includes celebrities, who we so often assume due to their status, are immune to the same struggles as everyone else. They're not, and this article explains why celebrities continuing to raise awareness of mental illness is helping everyone who suffers.
With college and university starting up again, it might be time to refresh the way you learn and study during this semester. This short list aims to introduce you to activities which are less time-consuming than conventional reading and note-taking, for the hours in between intense study periods when your brain feels almost too full.
We know how crucial looking after our mental health is, but do we always spot the warning signs in ourselves? Here are a few tips and tricks for keeping on top of our everyday worries, and a few words of advice for when it all gets a bit too much.
Sexual health, as a relatively large part of life, is just as important as your mental and physical wellbeing. And, undoubtedly, it plays a part in both. As quite a stigmatised aspect of society, it’s sometimes difficult to get the necessary advice and resources without risking being told false and exaggerated information. So, in honour of sexual health week, here’s everything you need to know about sexual health.
Don’t worry about going to uni if you don’t drink - getting blackout drunk every other night isn’t the be-all and end-all of university life, and you’ll be surprised how many non-drinkers are out there! Here are ten ways to enrich your uni life without drinking, as well as finding like-minded people along the way.
It’s important to know how to look after your well-being, especially when your parents aren’t around to tell you to “Finish your greens!”. Here's our guide to some simple ways to take care of your physical health while at uni.
During times of high stress, it is more than common to have trouble sleeping. Whilst this problem is temporary, for most people, and will pass when your stress is alleviated, here are some tips for the meantime...