In Scotland more than one in three people are estimated to be affected by Mental Illness but it’s still such a taboo topic with great reason. Asking somebody with a panic disorder to open up about their biggest fears is probably one of the most stressful things they could imagine. But with experience I’ve learnt the more you reach out the easier things become.
Nathalie Hollede identifies the issue of ‘burning out’ and how you can avoid it.
Happiness starts in the workplace, says Alena Rogozhkina of start-up company SONAS.
Ross Brannigan says there are ways to keep calm and make the most of new opportunities after graduation.
Incoming Editor-in-Chief Harry McArthur shares his experiences post-depression.
Harry Williamson talks to those attending the Walk of Hope to support Chris’s House and raise awareness about suicide.
One of the university’s most recognisable buildings turned green this week in support of Mental Health Week
Nathalie Hollede interviews a vegan peer about her journey from Anorexia Nervosa to a healthy lifestyle.
With money focused on redevelopments, sport, and careers, there have been setbacks in the area of wellbeing – but no more.
Brig editor Stuart Graham reflections on Mental Health May and what the whole month has meant for him.