I can remember as a kid how excited I used to get for Christmas; I’d lose sleep over it all the time. I think it was more than anything; just that one time a year our whole family would have the chance to be together, in happiness and in joy
We all do it: we look at what others are doing and wish we were doing that too.
Or, alternatively, we scoff at what they’re doing and judge them, and see ourselves as better.
One makes us feel bad, the other makes us feel superior.
Within your circle of friends, there are (most likely) people that have cell phones.
One in 10 young people have a mental health diagnosis that often goes undetected and The Harts Theatre Company are passionate about providing quality educational resources to young people who
In 1994 my parents separated, which left me devastated. Although, my parents’ separation was necessary, I cannot begin to tell you how devastated I was by everything revolving around their separation.
When you’ve been diagnosed with a condition like ADHD, it can be tough to know how to explain it to your friends.
There is this notion that we feel we have to prove our love to other people. One of the themes of my life right now is, "Love is not asking us to prove our worth, but to accept it."
Soon after Chris died, I knew I wanted to do "something" to honour Chris's memory and bring attention to mental health. I became aware that there wasn't open, candid conversation after losing a child or anyone to suicide. This was the beginning of the idea of the video, Behind the Curtain – How we Survive with my friend, Nancy Hiron.
My name is Vishalatchi Arunagiri and I was diagnosed with schizophrenia two years ago. I did not realize that I had this mental illness and at first could not accept it. Is this reality or fantasy? I was experiencing intense delusions that felt so real, it was not possible that it was a fantasy. But now I have come a long way and can tell the differences between reality and fantasy and I want to share some of my experiences.